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  • one year ago

a/7+1/4=6 linear equations

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  1. anonymous
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    \[\frac{a}{7}+\frac{1}{4}=6\]?

  2. anonymous
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    yes thats it

  3. anonymous
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    subtract \(\frac{1}{4}\) from both sides, then multiply both sides by \(7\)

  4. anonymous
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    in other words, first find \(6-\frac{1}{4}\) once you have that number, multiply it by \(7\)

  5. anonymous
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    10.5

  6. anonymous
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    @satellite73

  7. anonymous
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    i really doubt that what is \[6-\frac{1}{4}\]?

  8. anonymous
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    1.5

  9. anonymous
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    you have six dollars you spend one quarter you do not have a dollar fifty left

  10. anonymous
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    if you have $6 and spend $0.25 how much is left?

  11. anonymous
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    5.75

  12. anonymous
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    thats better !

  13. anonymous
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    multiply that by \(7\) and you are done

  14. anonymous
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    but can you how me how you got 5.75?

  15. anonymous
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    you said it, not me

  16. anonymous
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    its 40.25 but really can you tell me

  17. anonymous
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    btw the final answer is not \(5.75\) that is just \(6-\frac{1}{4}\) the final answer is \[7\times 5.75\]

  18. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    look at the thread above i never said it was 5.75, you did i only agreed so however you did it must be correct

  19. anonymous
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    you didnt show me the step to get that you said if you have 6$ and spend 0.25 how much is left.

  20. anonymous
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    the first piece of arithmetic was six minus one quarter right?

  21. anonymous
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    it is pretty obvious that six minus one quarter is five and three quarters

  22. anonymous
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    ohhh ok i get it

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