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How to solve |2y-3| = |17-3y|

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How to solve |2y-3| = |17-3y|

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Step 1

 |2y-3| = |17-3y|

When we remove the absolute sign there are two possible cases. 2y-3=17-3y or 2y-3= -(17-3y)

Step 2

If, 2y-3=17-3y

Then y=4

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2y-3=17-3y
Or, 2y+3y-3=17
Or, 5у-3317
Or, 5y 17+3
Or, 5y 20
20
Or, y=
5
Or, y 4
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2y-3=17-3y Or, 2y+3y-3=17 Or, 5у-3317 Or, 5y 17+3 Or, 5y 20 20 Or, y= 5 Or, y 4

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