# Sat math help needed

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How do I solve this??

I tried something but I'm lost
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(Original post by imtheultimate)
How do I solve this??

I tried something but I'm lost
You should be able to progress to one of the listed options by putting your expression(s) over a common denominator.

However, since the questions asks for the y coordinate a better approach would be to rearrange the given line equations into the form x = (something) then equate the two expressions. That way you avoid having to find x first then y second.
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(Original post by imtheultimate)
How do I solve this??

I tried something but I'm lost
This is correct! You just need to notice that all the options you are given are practicly single quotients with no additional terms.

In other words, you need to simplify into a single quotient and then you will be able to choose the right answer.
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