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Is this mathematically correct ?

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  1. burhan101
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    |dw:1371273352502:dw|

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  2. Jhannybean
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    no.

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    nah you cant do that.. you statement basically means.. 1800n/n + 180w/n..

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    ohh okay

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    1800*

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    thanks :)

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    Cheers. :)

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    The way you wrote it seems a little off. \[\large \frac{1800n}{n} + \frac{1800w}{n} = 1800 + \frac{1800w}{n}\]

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    can i multiply h by both terms to get rid of the fraction?

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    oh that's an h? lol.

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    n*

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    You can do that, yes.. but then you have to divide it too to negate that effect. that wont be of any help though as it would result in the same expression as you have right now..

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    right .. so there's no way to get rid of that n ?

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    Nope. Unless you use an eraser.

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    I would just divide each part in the numerator by the denominator and see what can cancel out.

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