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I'll try :3

my b hang on let me take a look

Ok, so which part of the problem confused you?

not sure where the heck that 2 comes from

yes, i have no idea why the 2 was put there or where it came from

wait, so in that whole equation all of those are equal??

or is the 1 \[1 \times \frac{ 2 }{ 1 }\]

1 divided by .5 = to 2, but not equal to the first part. Do you understand what i'm asking?

wait a minute when the example put it like that

\[\frac{ x }{ 2\sqrt{3}} =\frac{ 1 }{ \frac{ 1 }{ 2} }=2\]

isn't it when they put it like that, it makes it equal?

like everything.

They were comparing the ratios, although the "=" wasn't the best way to do it.

they are using proportions.

you got that though?

Got what, exactly?

bleh nevermind i don't even get what i was saying.