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Siti fatimah
Siti Fatimah

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I cant figure out the working. Couldnt get the answer which is e<-10

Date Posted: 1 month ago
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J
J
1 month ago
Multiply both sides by 12 first.
Siti fatimah
Siti Fatimah
1 month ago
Hi J. Thx a lot. I managed to solve it.
J
J
1 month ago
Welcome. Trick is to get rid of the fractions by multiplying by a common multiple.

In this case, we multiply by the LCM of 4 (denominator of ¼), 3 (denominator of ⅔) and 6 (denominator of 1/6). The LCM of 4,3 and 6 is 12.

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