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Could someone help me solve this Absolute Equation? Please? I really can’t figure it out and I would really appreciate any help...
Question~~
Evaluate the given expressions
when a = 3, b = 3, c = 4, and d = 1
(a/c)c + b – d
My answer~
(a/c)c+bd
(3/4)4+(3)(1)
(3/4)=0.75
0.754+(3)(1)
This is the only step that i could figure out
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Abby

3/4(4)−3−(−1)
=3/4(4)−3−(−1)
=3−3−(−1)
=0−(−1)
=1posted by FPG
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