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]]>Aug 21, 2013 5:35:29 PMFeb 25, 2014 2:09:54 PMynwalachia0Re: Basic algebra question!
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You get Step 2 from Step 1 by multiplying out and regrouping, as follows:

Multiply v by its two factors in the first group]]>Aug 22, 2013 12:16:35 PMAug 22, 2013 12:16:35 PMPeter Scales0Basic algebra question!
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Can someone help me understand how to get from step#1 to step#2 . My algebra is rusty and its been a long time... I appreciate all the]]>Aug 21, 2013 4:54:29 PMAug 21, 2013 4:54:29 PMM_F_D1Re: grei it's for you
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That's OK. But According to your formula "P + .20P = 60 If I define it so]]>Aug 20, 2013 2:03:11 PMAug 20, 2013 2:03:11 PMGuyinMississippi0Re: Mathematics
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Be careful. Day1 is 20% more than Day2 is not the same as Day2 is 20% less than Day1, because the % is applied to a different]]>Aug 20, 2013 9:46:54 AMAug 20, 2013 9:46:54 AMPeter Scales0grei it's for you
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That's OK. But According to your formula P + .20P = 60 If I define it so]]>Aug 19, 2013 3:19:00 PMAug 19, 2013 3:19:00 PMMazhar_3251Re: Mathematics
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This was 20% more than second day it means that in 2nd day he read 20% less than first day. And 20% of 60 =]]>Aug 19, 2013 2:59:32 PMAug 19, 2013 2:59:32 PMMazhar_3251Re: Mathematics
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Aug 17, 2013 11:11:07 AMAug 17, 2013 11:11:07 AMGuyinMississippi2Re: Income question
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Aug 17, 2013 11:07:21 AMAug 17, 2013 11:07:21 AMGuyinMississippi0Re: Loss and Gain Problem
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X is 475: .95X= 475. In order to]]>Aug 17, 2013 11:03:50 AMAug 17, 2013 11:03:50 AMGuyinMississippi0