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Find out x and y

15/x + 10/y=14
x+y=1

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Since x=1-y, then;
15/(1-y) +10/y=14 then;
15+(10-10y)/y = =14 then;
10-10y = -1 then;

y=11/10 and x=1-(11/10)

Posted on Nov 13, 2007

• Marty marty Nov 14, 2007

ok, had to time to read this, any questions? any ratings? anybody there?

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