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Solve the equation: \[\frac{ t }{ 3}-\frac{ 1 }{ 2}=1\]

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first you are going to need a common denominator. 6 will work nicely 6((t/3)-(1/2))=1*6 2t-3=6 then add three to both sides 2t=9 divide by 2 t= 9/2
A. 4.1 B. 5.0 C. 4.2 D. 4.5
so A

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no, it would be d because 9/2 is 4.5
thank you did you divide 9/2? thats how you got it ?
i did get 4.5 by dividing 9 by 2, yes

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