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Solve the following equation. One point is given for showing steps and one point given for the correct solution. The problem is in a comment in a attachment :)

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  1. anonymous
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    here ya go :)

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  2. anonymous
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    >.<

  3. anonymous
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    someone wanna help me? :P

  4. anonymous
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    n = 3/2

  5. anonymous
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    hmmmm alright can u show how u got that? :)

  6. anonymous
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    r u explaining it? Its been like 5 minutes

  7. anonymous
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    ^_^ sorry

  8. anonymous
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    \[(3-n) / 2 = 3 /4\] divide by 1/2 (or multiply 2) : \[3-n = 3/2\] -3 \[-n = -3/2\] so n = 3/2

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    ok you cross multiply first...that'll give you 4(3-n)=6....then its 12-4n=6...subtract 6 from both sides...put 4n on the other side of the = by adding it to both sides...now the problem should look like 6=4n...now divide 4 to both sides so you should get n=6/4=3/2

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    493-n0=6...12-4n=6....6-4n=0...6=4n...n=3/2

  11. anonymous
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    Alrighty Thanks!!!! :)

  12. anonymous
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    http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap110509.html

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    :D

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    I can breathe. it just took my breath away.

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