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a 8=_3 b 4=_5 c 9=_2 d 6=_3 e 6=_5 i need help with this a.s.a.p

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  1. eigenschmeigen
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    what are these?

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  2. afranklin12
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    what do u mean,. what are these????? it's my math

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  3. eigenschmeigen
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    what does _3 mean exactly?

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  4. eigenschmeigen
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    i dont know what you are asking

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  5. shivam_bhalla
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    Yes. can you make the question more clear @afranklin12

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  6. afranklin12
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    yes i can. 8= somthing 3

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  7. shivam_bhalla
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    so do you want the"something"= ??

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  8. eigenschmeigen
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    8 = (something) x 3 you mean this?

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  9. afranklin12
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    yes that is what i need

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  10. shivam_bhalla
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    something = 8/3

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  11. afranklin12
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    yes

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  12. shivam_bhalla
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    Similtarly, b= 5 / 4 c= 2 /9 d = 3/6 e= 5/6

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  13. eigenschmeigen
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    yes @shivam_bhalla is correct let "n" be our "something" then we have 8 = n x 3 so dividing both sides by 3 we get n = 8/3

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    thanks. that was all. thanks and thanks 4 the answer

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