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# What do I do??

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1. Here's the equation they're asking me to solve [I already know the answer but that's because it's in the mark scheme, I want to know how to solve it so a method would be nice]:

(y + 3) is always 5 more than (y - 2)
so (y + 3) - (y - 2) = 5
Complete the following:

( y + 4)- (y - 3) =

(y - 2) - (y - 3) =
2. (Original post by Meridian-S)
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It doesn't get any more complicated so just apply this idea to others, what are you stuck on exactly???

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