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OpenStudy (anonymous):
Determine what the next equation would be, and verify that it is indeed a true statement.
4 × 6 = 5 × 7 - 11
6 × 8 = 7 × 9 - 15

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
can someone help me with this

OpenStudy (anonymous):
8 x 10 = 9 x 11 - 17

OpenStudy (saifoo.khan):
8 x 10 = 9 x 11 - 17

OpenStudy (asadkarim7):
8x 10 = 9 x 11 - 19

OpenStudy (anonymous):
one said -17 and one said -19 so which one is it

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
I did that wrong. Asad's right.

OpenStudy (anonymous):
ok

OpenStudy (anonymous):
I forgot 13's an odd.
First part it's evens...
Second part is +5

OpenStudy (anonymous):
Sorry +4

OpenStudy (saifoo.khan):
8x 10 = 9 x 11 - 19

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
why is this a true statement?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
yes

OpenStudy (anonymous):
salaams Asad can you tell me why it is true statement plz?

OpenStudy (asadkarim7):
well i cant say buddy

OpenStudy (anonymous):
Place the digits 1, 2, 3, 7, and 8 in the following boxes so that the greatest quotient is obtained.

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
ok asad can you answer this just pretend there are boxes lol

OpenStudy (asadkarim7):
where should u imagine the boxes?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
under the problem

OpenStudy (asadkarim7):
like __ x __ = __ x __ - __

OpenStudy (anonymous):
yes

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
exactly

OpenStudy (asadkarim7):
ok so i have to go reverse ??

OpenStudy (anonymous):
okay

OpenStudy (anonymous):
yes

OpenStudy (asadkarim7):
oh k here we go
2 x 4 = 3 x 5 - 7

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
ok so what is the greatest quotient?

OpenStudy (asadkarim7):
its true
RHS = LHS

OpenStudy (anonymous):
ok

OpenStudy (asadkarim7):
quotient ?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
yes you have to flip the #'s around to get the greatest quotient meaning multiply