Solve each equation and check your proposed solution in Exercises 3146. Begin your work by rewriting each equation without fractions. y 12 1 6 y 2 1 4

1. Diocletian a. In 284, Diocletian became Rome’s new emperor b. Became emperor in the usual manner, he joined the army, and thanks to his great abilities quickly rose up through the ranks, eventually became a general, he then assassinated the Roman Emperor and defeated a number of Roman generals in battle to secure his place in the throne. c. Once he captures the throne he manages to survive, he rules from 284-305, longest reign since Augustus d. He did everything he could to help Rome, but by far the greatest thing he did was reestablish peace, stopped civil wars and defended Rome from outside attacks. e. The economy recovers ad the population begins to rise, Diocletian saves Rome