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    (Original post by frankabagnale)
    You again. The most useless person. You state the obvious and show no working to the actual answer. Also, i already knew this, as stated in the reply above. Give it a go (for once). It doesn't work.
    Listen I know RDKGames can be a bit vague but come on use your brain he's pretty much done it for you...
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    (Original post by frankabagnale)
    Cheers pal, i was so confused all along because i disregarded the minus of -3/11 when i tried to find x. I guess i was thinking lengths can't be minus. My bad

    THANKS ALL
    Of course lengths can't be negative. What you meant to say was "I was thinking the negative value for y represented a length".

    Hey you should check my channel out.
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    Absolute fire right there :headfire:
    No - what you've done right there is LITERALLY fire!
 
 
 
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