How to resolve this fraction with change of divisors If i have an equation like this: a/(b cdot(c)/(d - f/g)) With what should I multiply to get g? Should I multiply it with d−f/g ? Or is this incorrect?

tamola7f 2022-09-14 Answered
How to resolve this fraction with change of divisors
If i have an equation like this:
a b c d f g
With what should I multiply to get g?
Should I multiply it with d f g ? Or is this incorrect?
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trabadero2l
Answered 2022-09-15 Author has 15 answers
I would write
16 3 4 x
as
16 x 3 x 4
(multiplying by
x x
) and further
21 16 x 3 x 4 = 21 ( 3 x 4 ) 16 x 3 x 4
and so on! the last term is (simplified)
47 x 84 3 x 4
and then we have
3 7 47 x 84 3 x 4 = 3 ( 47 x 84 ) 7 ( 3 x 4 ) 47 x 84 = . . .

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