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if 3M/2N=0.125, what is the value of N in terms of M?

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3M=2N(0.125)
3M/0.125=2N
24M=2N
12M=N

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since 2N IS DIVIDING MOVING IT TO THE OTHER SIDE OF THE EQUATION LETS YOU MULTIPLY IT FROMING 3N= 2N(0.125). NOW TO GET RID OF 0.125 YOU DIVIDE IT FROM BOTH SIDES. 3M/0.125= 2N. DIVIDE BY 2 TO GET N BY ITSELF. N= 3N/0.125 0VER OR DIVIDED BY 2

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