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# X, Y, and Z are all nonzero numbers. Find the value of

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X, Y, and Z are all nonzero numbers. Find the value of Z=(X-Y)/(2X+Y)

(1) |X|=Y
(2) X=-3
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20 Jul 2003, 08:49
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Since all three are non-zero
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20 Jul 2003, 20:13
|x|=y means x=y or -x=y.
In the first one z=o it has to be eliminated due to the terms.
In the second one z=2
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