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What do you believe the answer is?
i don't know, i don't understand.
wouldn't you multiply both numbers by .75?
The original TV was 12 by 24 inches; the generic name is 3/4 the size of the original
you can rule out B
So you would multiply by .75?....
16 inches by 32 inches since the size is 3/4th hence alll sides are 3/4th. so (3/4)x=12inches (3/4)y=24inches so x=16, y=32
so you would get D?
I got D
No that happens when you subtract it
Key is to multiply those numbers
Answer is C
How is it C?
Please check my calculation
It says the second tv is smaller
3/4 the size of the first tv which means it would be smaller
I got you ok sorry this question is vague
So it would be D?
Ok thanks guys, i wish i could give all of you medals so now i dont know who to give one to :(
No problem Man
generic television set is 12 inches by 24 inches Which is 3/4 the size means it is smaller than the Brand Name. Do not multiply. That will make the Brand Name smaller when it is larger. You need to divide
Are you sure @nixy
Divide by .75 to increase the size
Don't you wanna decrease the size though? @nixy
Oh wait, the generic one is 3/4 the size of the new one
No, we are trying to find the Brand Name, which the generic is 3/4 the size of the brand name, which means the generic is smaller than the brand name. To increase size, we need to divide
i got it now
Thank you @nixy
lol that took forever
Nah that was short. You should see some of the questions I have asked. LOL I have had them take hours lol so this was short lol
lol dang, nvm then true i guess this was short. btw i messaged you @nixy if you didn't see.
Matter of fact there was on yesterday that no one could solve but finally a person came along and solved it and helped me figure it out after about 40 minutes lol
It was @phi that helped me. He/She is real good along with others on here
I am in college by the way and I am getting ready to take Calculus this coming Fall.
i saw, they are pretty smart
@nixy hey, i messaged you again
hey @nixy that question i got right...thanks