Lorenzo, you have to give medals for people helping you. i answered 4 times and you havent given a single medal
\[6y-1=27-y\]add y to both sides \[7y-1=27\]add 1 to both sides \[7y=28\]divide both sides by 7 \[y=4\]
Yeah. Well, no one is obligated to give a medal, but it's generally a good idea if it's correct and if it teaches you something. Just mentioning something again, Kim, coach them through it if you can but don't just give them the answer in the very first sentence of your very first post. Explain it.
Yeah, now THAT'S a good answer! :)
@Schrodinger just and FYI @UnkleRhaukus copy pastes answers from other sources like wolfram. Thats not a good answer. thats just plagiarizing
If I can ask, how do you know he straight up copypasted? I'm a little suspicious now. But regardless, try to explain your answers before just giving it.
I know because the layout of his answer is exactly like wolfram. I use it as a student so I know how the lay out appears. @Schrodinger
Have you ever used the equation bar? That's the exact same font, if that's what you're referring to by layout. It's a rather generic font, it doesn't mean he copy-pasted.
but the way its exaplained. Go to wolfram and type this equation. youl know what i mean
you think im lying? go to wolfram alpha, and type in this equation, then click on solve and see for yourself. @Schrodinger
That's not what I got precisely. I think you're making a heavyhanded and inaccurate accusation that is impossible to prove or disprove. Be careful what you say. :P
haha. Im proving it. Your not listening
hey! i do not copy past answers i type them in LATEX (not a font)
I just checked it in Wolfram. That's not the same. I'm listening in entirety.
You should go check it yourself, because that's not exactly what Wolfram said, and i'm pretty sure Rhaukus wrote it himself. Again, it's pretty heavy to accuse someone of plagarism, lol. That's rather presumptuous, too. Just be nice, man.
@kimdongwook Also, "you're" not listening, not "your". "Your" refers to a possessive, such as "your" dog, or "your" house. "You're" is a contraction of "You are." Like, for example, "You're happy", or "You're crazy!".
@Schrodinger you know? you may be right. Maybe he is extremely determined to answer the way he does and maybe he is simply to kind to provide answers in such fashions. I simply assumed such thing because its not in the norm for answers to appear that way.
hahaha, oh and in regards to my lil typo, Sorry! OOOPS
Yeah, no problem, someone else corrected me the other day about an answer I posted, and I felt bad. No worries. :)
Not even "the other day", lol, it was today. But yeah, no problem.
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