• anonymous
When doing homework, a student uses the multiplication property of equality to solve for c below. Which statement BEST applies to the sample? 5c = 10 c = 2 A. The student failed to keep both sides of the equation balanced. B. The student’s final answer does not have the variable c isolated. C. The use of the multiplication property of equality is sound, and the answer is correct. D. The student should have used the division property of equality. PLEASE GIVE ANSWER WITH EXPLANATION!!!!!!!
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  • Kash_TheSmartGuy
The answer will be D, I think. We solve any multiplication equation by doing the inverse operation. Division is the inverse of multiplication. So, I think, it's D. You get it? @abblayne
  • anonymous
Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and yes i understand now :)

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