What is 6.4 - y = 6 2/5

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asked Dec 2, 2012 in Mathematics by kst ~Rookie~ (142 points)
    

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To solve for you need to try to isolate it.

First subtract 6.4 from both sides to get:

- y = 6 2/5 - 6.4

Since 6 2/5 is equal to 6.4 when you make it a decimal, we find that

-y = 0 

and so y is equal to 0

answered Dec 2, 2012 by yoshi ~Expert~ (919 points)

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