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How many 1's balance one w? use the pan balance to solve the equation. One side has 3 w's and 6 ones and the other has 4 w's and one 1.

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  1. abcabc
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    can anyone help?

  2. abcabc
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    where will the answer help appear? this is my first time

  3. asnaseer
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    if one side of the balance has 3 w's and 6 ones, then you can write this as: 3w + 6 if the other side has 4 w's and one 1, then you can write this as: 4w + 1 Since the two sides are in balance, then you can equate these two to get: 3w + 6 = 4w + 1 now use algebra to find w.

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    Thank you

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    yw :)

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    it's my first day on the site, so i appreciate it!

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    Welcome Aboard my friend! :)

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