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Yacoub1993
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\[6a=\frac{ 5 }{ 7 }\]

nubeer
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divide both sides by 6

ParthKohli
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Or multiply both sides by \(7\) to make life easier.

Yacoub1993
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\[6a \div 6=\frac{ 5 }{ 7 }\div6\]

Yacoub1993
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like that

ParthKohli
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Yes.

Yacoub1993
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so the answer is \[\frac{ 5 }{ 42 }\]

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yes

Mertsj
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Better like this:
\[\frac{1}{6}\times 6a=\frac{5}{7}\times\frac{1}{6}\]

Yacoub1993
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thanks alot guys :)

Mertsj
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yw

Yacoub1993
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another question please

Yacoub1993
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\[\frac{ q }{ 7 }\div \frac{ q }{ 26 }\]

Mertsj
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Multiply by the reciprocal of q/26

Yacoub1993
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i am realy weak in algebra
Can u please help me out?

Mertsj
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This is arithmetic, not algebra.
\[\frac{q}{7}\div \frac{q}{26}=\frac{q}{7}\times\frac{26}{q}=\frac{26}{7}\]

Mertsj
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Cancel the q's as they are common factors.

Yacoub1993
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its in my algebra topic
by the way i appreiciate