# How can I solve this math problem X: y-53/4?

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What you posted is a mathematical expression. As it is you can't "solve" it. You have 2 variables (x and y) and thus it requires 2 equations to enable us to solve it. As you sure know an equation is a mathematical expression that equals to something (a value or another mathematical expression).

### Answered:Step by step solve this

Even if you assume the missing operator is + (because - shows correctly), the coordinates do not match the equations.

### Answered:2 & 3/4 times 6/12 equals

2 & 3/4 = 11/4 6/12 = 1/2 (11/4) * (1/2) = 11*1/(4*2)= 11/8 = 1 and 3/8 Another option: 2 and 3/4 = 2.75 6/12 = 1/2 = 0.5 2.75*0.5= 1.375 I hope you realize that 1 and 3/8 equals to 1.375

yea ryt.. it is 75^^

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### Answered:What is the fraction for 4 2/3?

The A b/c key is used to convert improper fractions to a mixed number. When you enter the desired number make sure you hit the A b/c key every time you write a specific number.

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