ten times the square of a non-zero number is equal t fifty times the number. what is the number?

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ten times the square of a non-zero number is equal t fifty times the number. what is the number?

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@ganeshie8 this would be up your alley
i did get the response
didnt
Thanks Jim :)) Ok so we have 10 times the square of a non - zero number, that means \[10 \times n^2\] n here represents the non - zero number. The second part of the question states, that the expression above equals 50 times the same number n. So we have \[10 \times n^2 = 50 \times n\]
Does that make sense?
yes thanks
Now just solve for n, you know how to do that right?
nope
its been a while
|dw:1435720008170:dw| can you finish it off to solve for n now? It's the same process as I just did.
ok i can thank u
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