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Can you show step-by-step because I want to know for later

i dont get anything lol

We divide both sides by 9/5 and we see that now 9/5 cancels out on one side

okay

Tell me what You don't get, read everything I did

How do we subtract 32 from 9/5 ?

That doesn't make sense...

I didn't do that

i subtracted 32 from both sides,
let me show you again

No no its fine ... what's the answer? It would be easier for me to understand

1 \[F = \frac{ 9 }{ 5 }C + 32 \]
2\[F-32 = \frac{ 9 }{ 5 }C\]
3 \[\frac{ 5 }{ 9 }(F-32) = C \]

Okay?

I should have just written it this way lol

so above I wrote out all the steps.

Probably its alot easier but why are the answers copied lol

Ooooh

Im look back to back I can't understand
9/5C is just switching back and forth..

I think I understand

But how do you take away the 9/5 from C

Let me know if this is clear

Yes

Don't worry, at least you understand it better now

when you divided f-32 / 9/5

you just flip it and thats it?

Think about if you're dividing the whole thing by (9/5) because if i re write it

\[f-32 * \frac{ 1 }{ \frac{ 9 }{ 5 } }\]

Put (1)/(9/5) in your calculator

Life must be great for you since you understand math so easily ,....

1.8

Yeah yeah sorry its 5/9

I did it wrong the first time then i got my real calculator and it showed 5 over 9

you have to put the answers in brackets sometimes because the calculator gives you the wrong answer

especially when you divide numbers

ok
\[\frac{ 4 }{ 5 }x + 1 = F \]
I want you to solve for x

so you need to make sure that you get x by itself

this is somewhat similar to the other question you had before

we subtract 1 from each side?

5 over 4 F - 1= x

You are correct we must subtract one first BUT do it one step at a time

so first subtract one from both sides and then show me what you have now

F - 1

okay so you have F-1 = 4/5x what must you do now? to isolate x?

(F-1)\[\frac{ f-1 }{ \frac{ 4 }{ 5 }X }\]

Yeah I dont know this part lol...

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i'm a college student

So I got it right the first time?

one word: practice

yes you had it right

Wait so whats the answer?

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YYYYEEEESSSS I GOT IT RIGHT OMGGGGG

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LOL

absolutely take care