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  • 5 years ago

27 = f over 4

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  1. INewton
    • 5 years ago
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    \[27 = \frac{f}{4} \] ? Solve for f?

  2. *_Artist_*
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    Yes.

  3. INewton
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    multiply both sides by 4 => 27 * 4 = f

  4. *_Artist_*
    • 5 years ago
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    okay! Thanks SO much....I totally forgot how to do that....(Was it fun?)

  5. *_Artist_*
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    108?

  6. INewton
    • 5 years ago
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    Yes (it's 108, but not too fun, sorry :( )

  7. *_Artist_*
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    It's okay (sorry it wasn't more fun...)

  8. model_chic13
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    The answer is 108 just multiply 27 and 4

  9. *_Artist_*
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    Kay, Thanks....I forgot how to do it...i don't know why...

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