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9/2h=-1?

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  1. lgbasallote
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    True.

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  2. godorovg
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    what are you trying to do?

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  3. maz5tl
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    looking for the variable and how to solve

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  4. Yahoo!
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    9 = -2h h = -9/2 = -4.5

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  5. godorovg
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    hey yahoo care to explain that answer?

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  6. maz5tl
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    how do you get -2h?

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  7. godorovg
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    okay forget the answer yahoo gave

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  8. godorovg
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    first are solving for h here?

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  9. maz5tl
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    i need help. step by step

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  10. maz5tl
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    and yes we are solving for the variable

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  11. zzr0ck3r
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    (9/2)h = -1 multiply both sides by (2/9) (2/9)(9/2)h = -1(2/9) h = -1(2/9) h = -2/9

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  12. godorovg
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    yep that is right..

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  13. maz5tl
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    would 9/2h x 2h/1 = -1 x 2h work too?

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  14. godorovg
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    no because the reason is you are solving for the H, so therefore in what you doing can not work.

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  15. maz5tl
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    |dw:1345525014529:dw|

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  16. maz5tl
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    so its a no?

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  17. godorovg
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    when solving for H we must have H alone. so in this case 9/2h=-1? the only to get h is by dividing by 9/2 so then you h=1-/92 that is how you do this problem

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  18. zzr0ck3r
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    maz this is not a yes or no question. the answer is h = -2/9

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