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  1. anonymous
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    at a science conference, the length of the question period is directly proportional to the length of the session . if there is a 15-minute question period in a 50-m. session ,how many minutes long is the question period in an 30 -minute session at this conference?

  2. anonymous
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    need hlp @pooja195

  3. anonymous
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    cn u hlp @kropot72

  4. kropot72
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    Let x be the length of the question period after a 30-minute session. Then we can write: \[\large \frac{15}{50}=\frac{x}{30}\] Now you need to solve the equation to find the value of x.

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    =9

  6. anonymous
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    wts now the answer is 20 how i do it @kropot72

  7. kropot72
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    Yes, 9 minutes is correct.

  8. anonymous
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    @kropot72

  9. anonymous
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    answer is 20

  10. kropot72
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    The correct answer for the question that you posted is definitely 9 minutes.

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    ik thanks

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    ok thank u

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    @kropot72

  14. anonymous
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    u r the best

  15. kropot72
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    You're welcome :)

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