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5 months ago

Q:
# solve for g: 4g/14 - 3/7 - g/14 = 3/14

Accepted Solution

A:

Answer:

g = 3

Explanation:

To solve for g, we will need to isolate the g on one side of the equation.

This can be done as follows:

[tex] \frac{4g}{14} - \frac{3}{7} - \frac{g}{14} = \frac{3}{14} [/tex]

1- multiply all terms by 14 to get rid of the fraction:

4g - 6 - g = 3

2- Combine like terms:

4g - g = 3 + 6

3g = 9

3- Isolate the g:

[tex] \frac{3g}{3} = \frac{9}{3} [/tex]

g = 3

Hope this helps :)

g = 3

Explanation:

To solve for g, we will need to isolate the g on one side of the equation.

This can be done as follows:

[tex] \frac{4g}{14} - \frac{3}{7} - \frac{g}{14} = \frac{3}{14} [/tex]

1- multiply all terms by 14 to get rid of the fraction:

4g - 6 - g = 3

2- Combine like terms:

4g - g = 3 + 6

3g = 9

3- Isolate the g:

[tex] \frac{3g}{3} = \frac{9}{3} [/tex]

g = 3

Hope this helps :)