Can Someone Explain This To Me? If 2/3p+6=7/6p, what is the value of p

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Can Someone Explain This To Me? If 2/3p+6=7/6p, what is the value of p

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this?? \(\frac{2}{3}p+6=\frac{7}{6}p\)
yes are you using latex I didn't know that worked here
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anyways STEP 1 get the p terms on one side of the + sign and the numbers on the other side
;$\frac 12$
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;$\frac {1}{2}
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\frac {1}{2}
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THX my open study is like, being weird I cannot ask questions alot
you should see it in your preview pane, no need to post it unless you are happy
can you just post not draw I cannot understand your drawings
ok the question or latex?
the question
I started to solve, I combined to find 11/6p=6, but do I divide 11/6 by 6 IDK
well, you need the p's on one side of the = sign and the number on the other so you need to do something that will move, say, the \(\frac{2}{3}p\) from LHS to RHS of = sign
I think I need to divide 11/6 by the reciprocal or something?
yes, you just moved it across, it changes sign too |dw:1440166260504:dw|
can you please not draw
OK you are on mobile, right?
mobile?
drawings don't show on mobile, it is very annoying
anyways you have \(\frac{2}{3} p+ 6 = \frac{7}{6} p\) you do: \(\frac{2}{3} p - \frac{2}{3} p + 6 = \frac{7}{6} p - \frac{2}{3} p\) to get the p's on the same side
so p=12?
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