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solve. 1/3y=18

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  1. julianassange
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    divide 1/3 on each side so you cancel out the 1/3 from the 1/3y. It will leave you with y= 18/1/3

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    18/1 * 3/1= the answer

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    *=multiply

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    54?

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    yes

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    okay thanks

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    you can check by plugging in 54 for y

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    Medal?, :)

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    how

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    Click best response, the blue button

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    what are the medals for?

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    They are for congratulating someone when they have helped you in any way on a question of a topic.

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    Also, when they do a great job!

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    oh okay thanks

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    They also help you add up to your smartscore

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    Awelcome

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