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and i solved it but then the answer i got was just like uhmmm wow i feel stupid thats obviously not rite... ^^
you need to isolate n on one side of the equation. you can start by multiplying by 2 to clear the denominator: 3 - n = 2*(3/4)
Actually it told me to find the LCM and multiply both equations by the lcm >.<
you don't need to do that if you're solving for n
LCM of what?
i'm assuming 8
i mean 4
The LCM of the denominators which in this case idk the lesson was very confusing but im assumeing they wanted me to use 4 and i multiplyed the equation by for and then in like the last step i noticed it wasnt going to be the rite answer
oh yea ur second one is rite :)
2(3-n)/4 = 3/4 (6-2n)/4 = 3/4 6-2n = 3 2n = 3 n - 3/2
If you are instructed to multiply through by LCM, and you are to be graded by procedure etc. I would multiply both sides by LCM of 4.
Looks like it worked for M
Thats exactly what i got m and i kept thinking that would be the wrong answer!! WOW i need to have more confidence in my work >.<
so then that would be rite/? i had assumed that it was going to be a whole number therefore thinking i had gotten the wrong answer
fraction answers make you feel uneasy :)
it doesn't make sense to use LCM in this case but you should do whatever they ask
Alright yea fraction answers do make me feel uneasy ^^ but thanks u guys helped me alot! :)