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Fill in the missing number 84/6- Missing Number x 3 =11

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  1. integralsabiti
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    84/6-m.3=11 84/6-11=3m 18/6=3m 3=3m 1=m m:missing number

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  2. darkprince14
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    is the 1st equation m*3?

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  3. integralsabiti
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    yep

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  4. Selena2345
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    84/6-Missing Number x 3 =11

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  5. darkprince14
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    was three multiplied to m or is it multiplied to the fraction??

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    @Selena2345

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  7. Selena2345
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    yes

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  8. calculusfunctions
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    @Selena2345, I thought you said you understood after the last problem which was exactly the same. Were you being less than honest?

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  9. darkprince14
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    if it is multiplied to the fraction, it's like this: (84/6-m) (3) = 11 then, divide 3 from both sides(the same as mutiplying 1/3 to both sides) \[\frac{ 1 }{3 } \left( \frac{ 84 }{ 6-m} \right)\left( 3 \right) = \frac{ 1 }{ 3 } \left( 11 \right)\] so, it'll be like this \[\frac{ 84 }{ 6-m } = \frac{ 11 }{ 3 }\] cross multiply (6-m)(11) = (84)(3) 66 - 11m = 252 -11m = 252 - 66 -11m = 186 \[\frac{ -11m }{ -11 } = \frac{ 186 }{ -11 }\]

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    don't know if it's righ... t try checking it.. \[m = \frac{-186? }{ 11 }\]

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  11. Selena2345
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    thank you so much your the best

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  12. darkprince14
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    @calculusfunctions Is my solution right?? i kinda doubt my answers..

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  13. Selena2345
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    your answer is very good and smart

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  14. darkprince14
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    thanks..

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    your welcome

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  16. calculusfunctions
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    @darkprince, your first answer of m = 1 is perfect! Your second answer however, is incorrect. The question is\[\frac{ 84 }{ 6 }-3m =11\]Therefore as I said, your first response was perfect!

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  17. darkprince14
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    sorry..i got the wrong picture.. if you simplified the fraction, you'll get 14-3m = 11 14 - 11 = 3m 3 =3m 1 = m

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