what is 7\8W =14

BrandiParsons  Aug 24, 2017
edited by Guest  Aug 24, 2017

Based on how you wrote the equation, I interpret your equation to be \(\frac{7}{8}w=14\). Of course, we are solving for w by isolating it:

\(\frac{7}{8}w=14\) Multiply by 8/7 on both sides of the equation. Doing this will eliminate the fraction.
\(w=\frac{14}{1}*\frac{8}{7}\) Notice that the 14 and 7 have a GCF of seven. Noticing this will ease the simplification process.


Therefore, \(w=16\).

TheXSquaredFactor  Aug 24, 2017

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