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Which expression is always equivalent to m?
m over three times six
m over one times three
m over three times three
m over six times three

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Your answer is: m

- anonymous

m over three times six
m over one times three
m over three times three
m over six times three

- TheSmartOne

Are the answer choices supposed to be read like:
for example A:
\(\sf\Large \frac{m}{3}\times 6\)
or
\(\sf\Large \frac{m}{3 \times 6}\)

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- anonymous

the first one

- anonymous

- TheSmartOne

ok, so did they give you the answer choices in numbers or just all in words?

- anonymous

numbers

- TheSmartOne

good

- anonymous

okay

- TheSmartOne

do you know this:
\(\sf\Large\frac{a}{b}\times c = \frac{a}{b}\times\frac{c}{1} = \frac{a\times c}{b \times 1}=\frac{a \times c}{b}\)

- anonymous

nope

- TheSmartOne

you don't need to know it, but do you see how I multiplied the 2 fractions?

- anonymous

yeah @TheSmartOne

- TheSmartOne

do you also know this then:
\(\sf\Large\frac{a}{a}=1\)

- anonymous

yep

- TheSmartOne

So what is your answer? Do the multiplication in each answer choice and simplify it. Which answer choice gives you back 'm' ?

- anonymous

what does m stand or is what i dont get @TheSmartOne

- TheSmartOne

The m is in your answer choices and is in your question -.-

- TheSmartOne

it's the variable...

- anonymous

no what is the number that m is replacing, i cant figure that out @TheSmartOne

- TheSmartOne

it does not replace any number

- TheSmartOne

https://www.mathsisfun.com/definitions/variable.html

- anonymous

then how do you solve for m @TheSmartOne

- TheSmartOne

you are not solving for m.

- TheSmartOne

Read your own question. And no need to keep taggnig me. Each time you reply I'll get a notification and come back. You're not the only person I'm helping.

- anonymous

then i dont get it

- anonymous

please help me

- TheSmartOne

what don't you get?

- anonymous

what to multiply

- TheSmartOne

\(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @TheSmartOne
do you know this:
\(\sf\Large\frac{a}{b}\times c = \frac{a}{b}\times\frac{c}{1} = \frac{a\times c}{b \times 1}=\frac{a \times c}{b}\)
\(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\)
I'll do A for you
\(\sf\Large\frac{m}{3}\times 6 = \frac{m}{3}\times\frac{6}{1} = \frac{m\times 6}{3 \times 1}=\frac{m \times 6}{3}=2m\)
\(\sf\Huge m \neq 2m\)
So the answer is not A

- anonymous

oh okay thaks

- TheSmartOne

np

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