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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

x+3/30=8/10

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  1. anonymous
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    Are you solving for X?

  2. anonymous
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    yes

  3. anonymous
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    ok here i wil show u how:

  4. anonymous
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    i know all the steps but when i get the final answer it always tells me im wrong

  5. anonymous
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    will* Ok so first you would - 3/30 to the other side so then your equation would be x = -3/30 + 8/10 so you have to change the denominator of 8/10 so multiply times 3 = x = -3/30 + 24/30 = 21/30 x = 21/30 is that what you got? (:

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    \[8/10 = 24/30\]\[\implies x +3/30 = 24/30\]\[\implies x = (24-3)/30 = 21/30 = 7/10\]

  7. anonymous
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    You might need to reduce the fraction to get credit

  8. anonymous
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    Ahh i forgot to simplify (:

  9. anonymous
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    ya i got it thanks guys

  10. anonymous
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    Weeeelccccooommmeeeee!!! (:

  11. anonymous
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    it would be easier if you simplified 3/30 first

  12. anonymous
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    Sure, that's also an option and requires fewer steps.

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    Ya, but i dont think they teach you to do that at that age

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    well if you can simplify 21/30 to 7/10 you can simplify 3/30 to 1/10

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    Haha true (:

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