welp here goes lolOriginally posted by mozikluv@Apr 13 2005, 09:30 PM
hello everybody,
how about refreshing the mind of an old cow on how to solve this algebraic equation? solve for x
(12-x/5) - (x/5) = 0.835
pls. show the step by step procedure
mucha mucha gracias
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No, multiplication or division is always done first, before adding or subtracting, unless the + or term is enclosed within brackets. So the first part of the equation is 12 minus one-fifth of x.Originally posted by Firestorm@Apr 14 2005, 04:18 AM
........not really sure on your (12-x/5): Is just x over 5 or is everything(12-x)/5?
I am going to work this out assuming it is all over 5........
-fire
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Hi Moz. If you got the answer 3.91 then it was not the answer to the equation you had shown.Originally posted by mozikluv@Apr 16 2005, 03:25 AM
hi,
thanx pebe for additional input for the problem that i have presented. actually i had the answer or the value of "X" which is 3.91 rounded off. it's just i don't know how the answer was arrive at. Firestorm solved it and he got the same answer, likewise a newly graduate engineering student passed by the house and i also ask him to solve it for me and he also got the same answer.
moz
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