# math

Critique Reasoning Alex decides that 21 divided by 3 = 7 is NOT a true equation. Is Alex correct? Explain

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1. He's not correct.

21/3 = 7

http://www.ehow.com/how_5868925_make-true-equation.html

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2. 私はそれが何もな
いと思う！我认为这不是什么！
আমি এটা কিছুই মনে করি!
Ek dink dit is niks nie!
Mislim da to NISAM!
ຂ້າພະເຈົ້າຄິດວ່າມັນບໍ່ມີຫຍັງເລີຍ!

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3. 私はアレックスが間違っていると思います。なぜなら、アレックスは間違っています。

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4. I think Alex is wrong because when I did the math, it equaled to 7 and Alex got 7 too and I thought if she got it right then I am correct so Alex is wrong because 7 was the real answer.

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5. His correct,because 21÷3=7 is 7 and 7×3=21 and that why hes correct.

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