• anonymous
Which of the following is true for the equation three times d equals thirty-six? Multiplication is the inverse operation. The equation represents the number that is 3 divided by thirty-six. To solve, you must divide both sides by 3. Checking the solution involves division.
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  • johnweldon1993
\[\large 3d = 36\] This means 3 times some number = 36 So if we wanted to solve for 'd' we could divide both sides by 3...hence choice C looks good
  • anonymous
Choice C we need to try the missing variable so C
  • anonymous
thank u this isn't for me btw its for my brother i graduated already i'm a senior in college i only asked because hes in 8th grade so yeah lol i just don't remember 8th grade math that well but thank u guys

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