What are some ways to solve linear equations with fractions?
HELP! I dont get it!!!
Example: (3/2)y + 1/10 = (1/5)y - 1/2The least common multiple of the denominators of: 3/2, 1/10, 1/5, & 1/2 is 10. Multiply each side of the equation by 10:10[(3/2)y + 1/10] = 10[ (1/5)y - 1/2]Get 15y + 1 = 2y - 5 Now, no fractions!
I'm not really sure what you mean but to get rid of a fraction you can multiply everything by the the least common dominator.
just get rid of the fraction first