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Posted by **Emily** on Tuesday, February 13, 2007 at 6:21pm.

multipy the 1/8 by 5/5 or it is 5/40

Then, mulipy the 3/5 by 8/8 to 24/40

Finally subtract 5/40 from both sides.

Think out why it is done this way.

What do you mean by a "related sentence"?

Just find a common denominator for the fractions and do the algebra.

t + 5/40 = 24/40

t = 19/40

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**brandi**, Monday, March 31, 2008 at 7:04pm5times 1

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