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  • one year ago

Use a related equation that has the variable on one side. Then simplify the other side. 12n = 48 A. B. C. D. i got C

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  1. anonymous
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    @TheChancellor

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    Your answer choices are blank

  3. anonymous
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    But to solve this you need to separate n. To do this, you need to divide 12 on both sides to negate the multiplication on the n side. So you would get n = 48/12. Put that in the calculator (or mental math) you get 3. n = 3

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    • one year ago
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    N = 60 N = 36 N = 4 N = 1/4

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    Oops haha my face smh. It's 4. 48/12 is 4 lol

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    I wasn't thinking :P

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    xD Its okay! i have 2 more

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    Sure, go for it.

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