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## chevygirl 2 years ago Please help me. 6+x over 3=1

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1. soty2013

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2. surdawi

$\frac{6+x}{3}=1$ 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

3. soty2013

-3...

4. chevygirl

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5. surdawi

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6. chevygirl

how is it negative?

7. surdawi

when u subtract 6 1-6=-5

8. hager

6+x/3=1 multiply both sides by 3 18+x=3 18+x-3

9. chevygirl

but how does that make it a negative??? if ur just subtracting and there is no negatives in this problem??

10. surdawi

who is greater the 6 or the 1?

11. soty2013

its too easy, its general arithmetics..

12. chevygirl

6 duh sorry i thought i posted it

13. chevygirl

That is the answer that is my book

14. surdawi

thats what i did hehe

15. soty2013

its correct @chevygirl Well Done

16. chevygirl

why did you say -3? @soty2013

17. surdawi

we thought its was $\frac{6+x}{3}$

18. chevygirl

oh sorry my bad

19. soty2013

yes so we said that , now we all are correct lol :)

20. chevygirl

ok well thanks

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