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In an equation, let x be the number.

x = 4

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9 1

We can cross-multiply or multiply both sides by 9 to get rid of the fraction.

Either way, we get x = 36.

Let's put it back into the equation to see if we did it correctly.

36 divided by 9 = 4.

Good luck.

Paul

Posted on Mar 30, 2015

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Posted on Feb 04, 2011

SOURCE: how cani i solve "x divided by 9 and x divided by 9 equals 4

x divided by 9 and 9 divided by 9 equals 4, so x divided by 9 equals half of 4 or 2. 2 times 9 equals 18, so x equals 18.

To check, 18 divided by 9 equals 2. 2 and 2 equals 4.

Posted on Nov 30, 2014

4/6

6/9

8/12

10/15

etc. Just keep multiplying by the same number on both sides.

6/9

8/12

10/15

etc. Just keep multiplying by the same number on both sides.

Apr 17, 2017 | Office Equipment & Supplies

If we have no pizza, and divided it between you and me, how much do we get? ZERO.

However, you want equivalent fractions to 0/2. To get an equivalent fraction, you multiply the numerator (the number on the top) and the denominator (the number on the bottom) by the same number.

So we can multiply the top and bottom by 2.

0 x 2 = 0

2 x 2 = 4

So an equivalent fraction would be 0/4.

Good luck.

Paul

However, you want equivalent fractions to 0/2. To get an equivalent fraction, you multiply the numerator (the number on the top) and the denominator (the number on the bottom) by the same number.

So we can multiply the top and bottom by 2.

0 x 2 = 0

2 x 2 = 4

So an equivalent fraction would be 0/4.

Good luck.

Paul

Mar 18, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hi Anonymous,

You can make equivalent fractions by multiplying or dividing both top and bottom by the same amount, but only multiply or divide, never add or subtract, to get an equivalent fraction.

I've only shown the fraction part of your question as 1 is a whole number.

1/2 = 2/4, or 4/8, or 8/16 or 16/32 or 32/64 & so on.

Going the other way, dividing 2/4 by 2 will give 1/2.

But, only divide when the top and bottom would still be whole numbers, for instance you wouldn't use divide for odd number fractions, for example 1/3 or 3/5 etc.

Trust this helps, best regards Alan

You can make equivalent fractions by multiplying or dividing both top and bottom by the same amount, but only multiply or divide, never add or subtract, to get an equivalent fraction.

I've only shown the fraction part of your question as 1 is a whole number.

1/2 = 2/4, or 4/8, or 8/16 or 16/32 or 32/64 & so on.

Going the other way, dividing 2/4 by 2 will give 1/2.

But, only divide when the top and bottom would still be whole numbers, for instance you wouldn't use divide for odd number fractions, for example 1/3 or 3/5 etc.

Trust this helps, best regards Alan

Feb 11, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

x divided by 9 and 9 divided by 9 equals 4, so x divided by 9 equals half of 4 or 2. 2 times 9 equals 18, so x equals 18.

To check, 18 divided by 9 equals 2. 2 and 2 equals 4.

To check, 18 divided by 9 equals 2. 2 and 2 equals 4.

Nov 30, 2014 | Summit Appliances Division Refrigerators

One trick I use is to add up all the digits and divide by 3. If the answer is even, (a multiple of 3), it's not a prime number.

57 = 5+7=12. 12 divides by 3 evenly (4), is not a prime.

59 = 5+9=14. 14 does not divide by 3 evenly, therefore prime.

999 = 9+9+9=27 divide by 3 = 9, not prime

997 = 9+9+7=25 divide by 3=8.3 not even and is prime

57 = 5+7=12. 12 divides by 3 evenly (4), is not a prime.

59 = 5+9=14. 14 does not divide by 3 evenly, therefore prime.

999 = 9+9+9=27 divide by 3 = 9, not prime

997 = 9+9+7=25 divide by 3=8.3 not even and is prime

May 30, 2014 | Computers & Internet

Convert both to improper fractions, divide, then simplify.

3 3/4 is 15/4, 1 1/8 is 9/8. Dividing 15/4 by 9/8 is 120/36. Reducing to lowest terms gives 10/3, which is 3 and 1/3.

3 3/4 is 15/4, 1 1/8 is 9/8. Dividing 15/4 by 9/8 is 120/36. Reducing to lowest terms gives 10/3, which is 3 and 1/3.

Oct 22, 2013 | Computers & Internet

It is simple. 36=4x9 and 63=7x9. The number 9 is a common factor in both numbers. You can simplify the fraction by dividing both the numerator and the denominator by 9.

36/63=(4x9)/(7x9). You can rewrite the fraction as (4/7)*(9/9)=4/7 because 9/9=1.

The reduced fraction equivalent to 36/63 is 4/7. Since 7 and 4 have no common divisor you cannot reduce the fraction further.

36/63=(4x9)/(7x9). You can rewrite the fraction as (4/7)*(9/9)=4/7 because 9/9=1.

The reduced fraction equivalent to 36/63 is 4/7. Since 7 and 4 have no common divisor you cannot reduce the fraction further.

Jan 05, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Sorry to say, soweeto54, but that question you've posted does not make much sense. It can be interpreted in three different ways, neither of which can be gleamed with much confidence. Yet I will still offer you three valid answers for your TI-83,

"The percent of 140 from 762.9 =". The troublesome part is the "from". Percents questions should be written in terms of "is" and "of".

TWO INTERPRETATIONS.

RESPONSE 1. The question could be read as "what percent of 762.9 is 140?". To do this on your calculator you simply do 140 divided by 762.9. From there, you simply move the decimal point two digits to the right to convert it into an equivalent percentage. So, that should be [1][4][0] [/] [7][6][2][.][9] [=] on your TI83. This was an example of a "percent of" question.

RESPONSE 2. The question could be read as "what percent of 140 is 762.9?" To have your TI83 calculate this you simply do 762.9 divided by 140. Of course, you will then need to move the decimal over two spots to the right in order to turn it into an equivalent percentage. Yes, it probably is strange to think of a number being more than 100 percent of another but it is a valid statement which occurs in the real world every single day. Nonetheless, for your TI83 you just press [7][6][2][.][9] [/] [1][4][0] [=]. This was another example of a "percent of" question. In fact, this is just the decimal reciprocal of the previous answer.

RESPONSE 3. The question could also be read as "140 from 762.9 will leave me with what percentage?" IE, 762.9 minus 140 will yield a number which is "x" percent of the original. Here, you would just do 762.9 minus 140, then you would take that answer and divide it by 762.9. From there, you'd do the old usual and move the decimal over two spots to the right for a percentage result. So, for your TI83 you'd do [(] [7][6][2][.][9] [-] [1][4][0] [)] [/] [7][6][2][.][9] [=]. Viola. This was an example of a "percent change" question. In fact, this is just the complement to response number one.

"The percent of 140 from 762.9 =". The troublesome part is the "from". Percents questions should be written in terms of "is" and "of".

TWO INTERPRETATIONS.

RESPONSE 1. The question could be read as "what percent of 762.9 is 140?". To do this on your calculator you simply do 140 divided by 762.9. From there, you simply move the decimal point two digits to the right to convert it into an equivalent percentage. So, that should be [1][4][0] [/] [7][6][2][.][9] [=] on your TI83. This was an example of a "percent of" question.

RESPONSE 2. The question could be read as "what percent of 140 is 762.9?" To have your TI83 calculate this you simply do 762.9 divided by 140. Of course, you will then need to move the decimal over two spots to the right in order to turn it into an equivalent percentage. Yes, it probably is strange to think of a number being more than 100 percent of another but it is a valid statement which occurs in the real world every single day. Nonetheless, for your TI83 you just press [7][6][2][.][9] [/] [1][4][0] [=]. This was another example of a "percent of" question. In fact, this is just the decimal reciprocal of the previous answer.

RESPONSE 3. The question could also be read as "140 from 762.9 will leave me with what percentage?" IE, 762.9 minus 140 will yield a number which is "x" percent of the original. Here, you would just do 762.9 minus 140, then you would take that answer and divide it by 762.9. From there, you'd do the old usual and move the decimal over two spots to the right for a percentage result. So, for your TI83 you'd do [(] [7][6][2][.][9] [-] [1][4][0] [)] [/] [7][6][2][.][9] [=]. Viola. This was an example of a "percent change" question. In fact, this is just the complement to response number one.

Mar 12, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Hi, here is the solution

1. Select column you want to put times.

2. Right click and select format.

3. go to Number tab and select custom

4. from custom list select h:mm:ss

Thats it

type the times in this format and apply average formula e.gl =AVERAGE(A1:A2:A3)

I will work, I just tested.

1. Select column you want to put times.

2. Right click and select format.

3. go to Number tab and select custom

4. from custom list select h:mm:ss

Thats it

type the times in this format and apply average formula e.gl =AVERAGE(A1:A2:A3)

I will work, I just tested.

Mar 10, 2009 | Microsoft Excel for PC

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