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sharigan900

i start with the number double it divide the result by 3 subtract 3.1 from the quiont and divide that diffrence by 5.my answer is 3.7 wats my number?

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  1. CliffSedge
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    I thought this looked familiar. http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/5081c0afe4b041b051b8ef12

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    i dont get it

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    Let's say we have a number \(n\). Double it to make \(2n\). Divide it by three to make \(\frac23n\). Subtract \(3.1\) to make \(\frac23n-3.1\). Finally, divide by \(5\) to make \(3.7\), so\[\frac{\frac23n-3.1}{5}=3.7\]Solve for the original number \(n\).

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    wats the answer i need to check my work

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  5. badreferences
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    What answer did you get? Plug it in for \(n\) and see if your results are right.

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    32.4

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