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I'm having a lot of trouble with this problem, I would like some step by step instructions if possible. I understand all the rest besides this one http://prntscr.com/2ryks4

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Vivian L. | Microsoft Word/Excel/Outlook, essay composition, math; I LOVE TO TEACHMicrosoft Word/Excel/Outlook, essay comp...
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Hi Darian;
[(1/4)(13y-3)]+[(1/8)(6y+9)]
[(13y/4)-(3/4)]+[(6y/8)+(9/8)]
Multiply first bracketed equation by 2/2 such that both bracketed equations have 8 as a denominator...
{(2/2)[(13y/4)-(3/4)]}+[(6y/8)+(9/8)]
[(26y/8)-(6/8)]+[(6y/8)+(9/8)]
Combine like terms...
(32y/8)+(3/8)
4y+(3/8)