elizabethann509
How do you solve this fraction equation. I think it has something to do with having to flip them but I'm not sure?:
t/1 - 1/2 = 1
(Those are not division signs, they are fractions)
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Roachie
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actually they ARE division signs :)
elizabethann509
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YES WELL THEY ARE NOT MEANT TO BE.
EEMajor12
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t-1/2 = 1
t=3/2
Roachie
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yea
EEMajor12
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Fractions are division (numerator/denominator)
Roachie
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didn't you hear? they aren't supposed to be!
EEMajor12
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Well if your into multiplying inverses??
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:)
Roachie
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good times
elizabethann509
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That is what the equation looks like.
EEMajor12
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t=9/2
elizabethann509
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Thank you. That helped a lot.
EEMajor12
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t/3-3/2=0
cross multiply
2t-9=0
solve for t
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Oh okay that makes sense. Thank you. I thought it was something along the lines of that.