I cannot figure out this equation.
what is the answer to -3/4(y-2)
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First off you multiply your -3/4 to your Y, then to your -2. Two negitives make a positive when you multiply. You will be left with: -3/4Y + 6/4. Then it is a matter of reducing. You are left with - 3/4 Y + 3/2. Nothing left to do so you are done.