12/k=24/k k=1.4?????

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12/k=24/k k=1.4?????

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Well, the only value that makes that 'true' is k=0.

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\[\frac{12}{k}=\frac{24}{k} \rightarrow \frac{k}{12}=\frac{k}{24} \rightarrow 2k=k \rightarrow k=0\]
12k=24k 12k-24k=0 -12k=0 k=0/12 k=0
\[\frac{12}{k}=\frac{24}{k} \] Move the fraction on the right hand side of the equation to the left hand side. Combine the fractions and simplify. The result is: \[-\frac{12}{k}==0 \] If the fraction is zero then 12 has to be equal to zero. By the way, WolframAlfa.com says "there is no solution" which goes without say I guess.

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