anonymous
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Please help me. 6+x over 3=1
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anonymous
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\[\frac{6+x}{3}=1\] multiply by LCD (3) \[3*\frac{6+x}{3}=3*1\] \[6+x=3\] subtract 6 from both sides and you should get the answer
anonymous
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-3...

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anonymous
  • anonymous
how is it negative?
anonymous
  • anonymous
when u subtract 6 1-6=-5
anonymous
  • anonymous
6+x/3=1 multiply both sides by 3 18+x=3 18+x-3
anonymous
  • anonymous
but how does that make it a negative??? if ur just subtracting and there is no negatives in this problem??
anonymous
  • anonymous
who is greater the 6 or the 1?
anonymous
  • anonymous
its too easy, its general arithmetics..
anonymous
  • anonymous
6 duh sorry i thought i posted it
anonymous
  • anonymous
That is the answer that is my book
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anonymous
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thats what i did hehe
anonymous
  • anonymous
its correct @chevygirl Well Done
anonymous
  • anonymous
why did you say -3? @soty2013
anonymous
  • anonymous
we thought its was \[\frac{6+x}{3}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh sorry my bad
anonymous
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yes so we said that , now we all are correct lol :)
anonymous
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ok well thanks

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