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\[\frac{ 1 }{ 17} > \frac{ a }{ 17 }\]
i probably should know how 2 do this but im stuck
  • hba
I know you can do this.

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i know that i need to multiply something by 17 but i dont know wht
  • hba
Ok multiply both sides by 17
so do i multiply 1 and 17 by 17
  • hba
Multiply both sides my 17
289 i think but then again i could b doing it wrong
  • hba
Did you multiply both sides by 17
yea
  • hba
What did you get ?
289
  • hba
\[\left( \frac{ 1 }{ 17 } \right)\times17>\left( \frac{ a }{ 17 } \right)\times17\] Like this,how did you get 289?
  • hba
I multiplied 17 by both sides,you know that 17/17=1 right ?
  • hba
Just cancel them @bakonloverk
yea
  • hba
So what do you get now ?
so then its 0 wait i already knew tht
1 i think
  • hba
Show me with the sign
1> a
  • hba
Yeah right :)
ok thank you so much
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If you have another question post it in another tab.
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