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Solve the equation. Check your answer.

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    |dw:1351785002090:dw|

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    is that a 5 over the 4

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    yes

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    ok so basically w/e m= is equivalent to 5 |dw:1351785188510:dw|

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    thank u

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    No prob

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    the dots by the 5 times right??

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    yes

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    how would u type as a answer

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    125 i hate math

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    This says that if given 20=4 in order for 20 to equal 4 you must 20/5 which equals 4 and whatever you do to the bottom you do to the top so m/5= 5 In order to find m you must multiply both sides by 5 5/4* (5) = 25/20 m=? what answer did you get

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    actual 5*5= 25 not 125 so m=25 and if you want to plug in it would be 25/20= 5/4

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    oh now i remember now..lol thank u again

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    no prob

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