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waheguru

  • 2 years ago

Do I have the right answer

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  1. waheguru
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  2. waheguru
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    I got 28/59

  3. waterineyes
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    check it once again..

  4. waheguru
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    ok

  5. waterineyes
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    See, -18 + 10 = ???

  6. Hero
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    \(\large\frac{2(5n - 1)}{3} = -\frac{3(n+2)}{5}\)

  7. waheguru
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    n= -8/59?

  8. waterineyes
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    Yes absolutely correct..

  9. waheguru
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    But I never get the right answer on the first try, why?

  10. waterineyes
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    Because, you are being taught by your mistakes...

  11. Hero
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    \(\large n = -\frac{8}{59}\) is correct

  12. waheguru
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    So, as I practise I will get better right?

  13. waterineyes
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    Yes absolutely..

  14. Hero
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    Always check your work

  15. waheguru
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    Thank You SOOOOO much

  16. waterineyes
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    Welcome dear..

  17. Hero
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    You can substitute n back into the original problem

  18. Hero
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    and make sure both sides equal

  19. Hero
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    If they don't then you have possibly done something wrong or there's no solution

  20. waheguru
    • 2 years ago
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    @Hero Thanks for the tips

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