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􀍺􀍲􀜳􀍺􀍲0=80Q-0,05Q

Q=?

Guest Jun 11, 2017
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Let's solve this equation for q

 

\(0=80q-0.05q\) Combine like terms on the right hand side of the equation
\(0=79.95q\) Divide by \(79.95 \) on both sides of the equation
\(0=q\) We're done!
   
TheXSquaredFactor  Jun 11, 2017
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He/she doesn't mean that, TheXSquaredFactor.

\(0 = 80q-0.05q^2\\ 0.05q^2-80q = 0\\ q^2 - 1600q=0\\ q(q-1600)=0\\ \text{Set each factor to 0}\\ q= 0\text{ or }q = 1600\)

MaxWong  Jun 12, 2017

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