math help needed
posted by Anonymous .
Solve for t:
4 6
 = 
t+3 12t

multiply both sides by
(t+3)(12t)
then
4(12t)=6(t+3)
48t=6t+18
add 8t to both sides, subtract 18 from both sides.
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