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@SephI Show me the working and i tell you where you go wrong...........
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y  31 = 5/24(X  15) y  31 = 5/24x + (Don't know how to do this part)
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dw:1352106216421:dw
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@SephI This Is an example ^
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Now try to solve your question @SephI
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5/24 * 15 < I dunno how
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dw:1352106380400:dw
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@SephI Got It ?
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5/24 * 1/15 5/24 * 5/15 75/15 5?
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@SephI What are you doing ?
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Where did you get 1/15 from ?
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15 is equal to 1/15...
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@SephI How Can 15 =1/15 ? Think How Can 15 be equal to 0.06667
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"Multiplying a fraction by an integer follows the same rules as multiplying two fractions. An integer can be considered to be a fraction with a denominator of 1. Therefore when a fraction is multiplied by an integer the numerator of the fraction is multiplied by the integer. The denominator is multiplied by 1 which does not change the denominator."
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hba Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
@SephI It doesn't say anything like this It says that 15=15/1
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y – 31 = 5/24(x – 15) y31=(5x/24)+65/24 y=(5x/24)+(65/24)+31 take lcm and solve
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dw:1352106989916:dw
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not 65 its 75
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Ok... go on...
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@SephI No one is going to do your homework for you....
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i am going to do
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So I would multiple 15 by 5?
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15*5=+75
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