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Solve using the multiplication principle. 3/4x=9/10. Would the answer be 2/5?

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    3/4x=9/10

    x = (9/10) / (3/4)
    x = (9/10) * (4/3)
    x = 36/30
    x = 1 6/30 = 1 1/5

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