bobpursley!
Sorry again but I have two questions.
Is this right?
1/5 m= 22
final answer m= 11/55.
Seconde how would I do
2/3c = 5.9
Thank you so much!
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If 1/5 m= 22, then m = 22 (5).
If 2/3c=5.9, then c = 5.9 (3/2)
Even though I am not bobpursley, I hope this helps. thanks for asking.posted by PsyDAG
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