Is this correct? Its a justification problem 1.6=3.2n - substitution property --- ---- - division property 3.2 3.2 n=2

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Is this correct? Its a justification problem 1.6=3.2n - substitution property --- ---- - division property 3.2 3.2 n=2

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I don't understand where the first line came from: 1.6=3.2n - substitution property How would anybody know that it is substitution. Did you post the entire problem?
No my teacher told me to put next to the problem

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Without the rest of the problem, I cannot say that this is correct: 1.6=3.2n - substitution property n=2 by the division property of equality is correct.
Okay thank you and all it says in the book is write a justification 1.6=3.2n
That is the given problem, I assume. So, I would write the reason as "Given."
oh okay

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