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Which of the following is equivalent to the proportion 3/4 = x/12 ?
boo. i can't remember this one. 4/3 = x/12 ? =/
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so is that 4*12 then 3*x ?
Correct! Can you write out the new equation?
isn't that the equation though?
Now. The new equation is: \[48 = 3x\]
ohh. okay. so then x = 16 ?
Yup, that's correct!
so then how do i get the answer for this?