First, subtract 18x on both sides to get:

\(18y=-18x+17\)

Then, you divide by 18 on both sides and you have your answer!

\(y=-x+17/18\)

Wait, but what is the answer? Is it 9, or 90?

really, oh oops...I thought no one answered it, but I'll check it out

ok, thank you Melody

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I found another person with the same prob: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/help-please_66339

so basically, you are asking: 5/16 x 8/15 (once it is simplified and all, sry I couldn't give you a more detailed answer.)

So we multiply 8 and 5 to get 40 and 16 and 15 to get 240 and now it is 40/240.

40/240 needs to be turned into into a decimal too, and we can multiply 240 with 5 to get 1000 as our "power of ten".

At the same time, 40 needs to be multiplied with 5 as well, so we get 200/1000, which in decimal is 0.200.

We then simplify it to 0.2 and that is the answer!!!

I found another person that asked the same question and it was also answered!!!:https://questioncove.com/updates/569529e1e4b0b2c02e916f5a

we start by finding the lcm of 10 and 4, which is 20.

so we multiply 3 by 2 and get 6.

Then, we multiply 1 with 5 and get 5.

Lastly, we add 6 and 5 to get 11/20 so 11/20 is the answer

I saw another guy with the same question and ppl also answered it: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/help_28044

I found another person who asked the same question and someone answered it: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/triangle-abc-is-isosceles-with-ab-bc-if-ac-20-and

I found another website with the same problemand the answer:

https://brainly.com/question/17144293

Hi, I saw this other person with the same question, and this other guy solved it at this link: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/halp_140

88 people, 13 with none, so 88-13 = 75

Thus 50 have fur, 25 fangs.

Just simple kinematics,

Jack = v1 = 60 mph

Joe = v2 = 30 mph

t = 10 min = 1/6 hr

Jack Dist = (60 mph) * (1/6 hr) = 10 miles

Joe Dist = (30 mph) * (1/6 hr) = 5 miles

Total Distance Between = 15 miles

If you have trouble imagining points starting from some unknown and traveling to a mid point, just imagine it as if they started from some point then traveled away in the same manner, how far apart the would be.

thanks Cphill, you and many other people have answered many of my problems so thank you to you all

The entire triangle itself will have an area of 16, because the side length of the entire triangle is 4, so 4x4=16.

Then, we'll have to find the area of the space that is NOT the stacked squares.

If you look closely there are two half-triangles to accompany each square so we can put them together and if you look even MORE closely, all of the side triangles equal HALF of all of the stacked squares combined.

I hope this gave you a clue, but I am warning you that I am not exactly great at math and let alone geometry.