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12 (m+1/2)=24 How do I do this? Thank you

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  1. dant
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    First, divide both sides by 12, then subtract 1/82 from both sides. M should evaluate to 1 1/2

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    subtract 1/82?

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    You distribute 12 to the numbers inside the parenthesis. So that would be 12m + 6 =24 and then you subtract 6 on both sides so that would be 12m = 18. Then divide 12 on both sides so it will be m = 6/9 but u can still simplify that so it'll be 2/3

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    oh ok i get it thanks :)

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    no problem! :D

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