# Math Help

posted by callie

Solve the proportion. Where necessary, round to the nearest hundreth.
9/10=x10
A.9
B. 90
C. 10
D. 1000
Thank you

You are correct, A is the answer.

This problem is very simple.

By plugging in 9 on the other side, and then solving, you get the same value of 0.9 on both sides. Or, if you cross multiply, you should get 1 as the answer. This is because you get 90/90, which also is 1.

I hope this helps! :)

P.S. I also thought "x10" is supposed to be x/10 right away, since most proportions are like this.

2. callie

Hi!!!! I didn't think you were coming today

Callie, do you still need some help with some more questions and problems? I will gladly try to help you.

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