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here's the equation:V=3.14*x+5 Simplify the equation and write it in standard form. Multiply each term in the equation by 100 to eliminate any decimals, if necessary.

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  1. waterineyes
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    Firstly multiply by 100 both the sides and tell me what did you get ??

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    multiply each side of the equal sign by 100?

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    Yes..

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    100V=314*100x*500

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    In multiplication you will multiply 100 with one term only.. If you have multiplied 3.14 with 100 then you will not multiply it with x: \[100V = 314x + 500\]

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    Or in standard from V and x should be on one side and constant terms should be on other side of equal sign: \[100V - 314x = 500\]

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    okay thank you! i think i got it now :)

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    Welcome..

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