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I need some help understanding how to do this problem. 1/4x+3=2

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hey @andriod09 ..... wat the thing u r doing....

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its called LaTeX and im using \[\\] minus the middle \ or you can use the equation button.
iam taking about the procedure of the problem @andriod09
yaa you're right
who is r8, @mayankdevnani
I am uncertain of andriod09's last step (1/4)x = -1 ==> x = -.25 I believe he divided 4 off instead of multiplying 4 to both sides.
yeah... u r r8... @AccessDenied
no it do like this |dw:1349703977843:dw|
Cross multiplication would work, but multiplying both sides by 4 will accomplish the same thing, cancelling the (1/4)x on the left hand side. :) |dw:1349704242008:dw|
we too did d same thing....@AccessDenied
so what's your problem @AccessDenied
No problems. o.O I just assumed by your message that you were correcting something with cross multiplication: "no it do like this" However, the question is answered, so I will leave. :)

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