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how to do this problem t 2/3=4

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  1. CalebBeavers
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    t(2/3)=4?

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    Divide both sides by 2/3

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    can you show the whole problem procedures and answer

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    |dw:1353825527829:dw|

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    |dw:1353825601353:dw|

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    what does it actually look like does it looke like this t2/3=4*3 then 12/2=6

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    i hsve to show my work for this problem how i came to the answer step by step

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    |dw:1353826366229:dw|

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    |dw:1353826381873:dw|

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    so did i type it right

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    multiply both side by 3 you will get 2t=12 then divide both side by 2 you will get t=6

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    im sorry for agravating you thankyou so much I will type it like you have it

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