7th grade

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I trying to help my son answer this question.

1/4y for y = 16

  • 7th grade -

    (1/4)y = 16
    y = 16 / (1/4)
    y = 16 * (4/1)
    y = 64

    You can "prove" that answer by taking 1/4 of 64. Yep, that's 16.

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