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posted by Jayla .
OK, I have had trouble with math, 'C' average, and we are learning proportions. I don't get them! Can someone please do a proportion and then tell the steps to do it? Ex.
4/6= 8/X. Steps: 4/6 equals 8 over x. You do _______ do get ________ over , so X=12.
[I know this is rong! I really need help! Thanx!!!:]

It looks like your are doing equivalent fractions. There fore x does equal 12. I 'm not sure what you're are asking?
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