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Module 1: Équations et inéquations

# Résoudre des équations et des expressions de simplifier

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• Révisions du sujet  K C. 3 0 Wrong equation. Please be more careful so that no one really gets confused.  Barry L. 2 1 Now can we have a video that solves the equation that was on the previous page... 12(3b-b/4a)=36 ?  Mystear P. 4 2 How can we put the 4a below 12 a? My teacher told us that we can't do that because 12a x 2b/4a isn't the same as 12a/4a x 2b. And now I'm confused. Can anyone explain?  Mireshkumar S. 2 1 Wrong equation to solve!  Hanna M. 0 0 I think you might of typed the equation for us to solve wrong as you gave us 12(3b-b/ 4a)=36 to solve, however you solved 12a(3b-b/ 4a)=36. please can you correct this and ensure no further mishaps. thanks.  Chris C. 0 1 This is great I learn the equation and the process to simplify.  Chris C. 1 0 Do you always pull out the 4a  Habiba A. 0 0 its interesting. I want to do this  Habiba A. 1 0 (5x - 2x)/3 = 6  Mya M. 1 1 In one of algebraic the question is 12(3b-b/ 4a)=36 However the solution suggests that coefficient is 12a and not 12 which would've entailed a simplistic outcome for students attempting to achieve the solution on their own. What be the difference in the outcome if the problem stayed the same and didn't have a 12a coefficient as it does in the solution? 