a/7+1/4=6 linear equations

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\[\frac{a}{7}+\frac{1}{4}=6\]?
yes thats it
subtract \(\frac{1}{4}\) from both sides, then multiply both sides by \(7\)

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in other words, first find \(6-\frac{1}{4}\) once you have that number, multiply it by \(7\)
10.5
i really doubt that what is \[6-\frac{1}{4}\]?
1.5
you have six dollars you spend one quarter you do not have a dollar fifty left
if you have $6 and spend $0.25 how much is left?
5.75
thats better !
multiply that by \(7\) and you are done
but can you how me how you got 5.75?
you said it, not me
its 40.25 but really can you tell me
btw the final answer is not \(5.75\) that is just \(6-\frac{1}{4}\) the final answer is \[7\times 5.75\]
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
you didnt show me the step to get that you said if you have 6$ and spend 0.25 how much is left.
the first piece of arithmetic was six minus one quarter right?
it is pretty obvious that six minus one quarter is five and three quarters
ohhh ok i get it

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