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anonymous

  • one year ago

What is the value of m?

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  2. anonymous
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    For this one you're going to need to multiply both sides by 7.

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    After that divide both sides by 3,

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    All you're doing here is inverse operations until you isolate your variable.

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    7 (3/7m) = 12(7) 3m = 84 m = 28

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    okay thats what i thought

  7. anonymous
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    You're not supposed to just give them the answer, Perez. You're supposed to walk them through on how to do it.

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    Its okay. i understood it. thank you

  9. ahvei
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    ok i worked it out the answer is 28 m=28

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