If n=3p, for what value of p is n=p? a)0 b)1/3 c)1 d)3 e)e can never equal p I honestly think a,b,c,d can all be correct since it has to depend on what n actually is. Any tips in solving this problem? (:
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Originally Posted by fabxx If n=3p, for what value of p is n=p? a)0 b)1/3 c)1 d)3 e)e can never equal p I honestly think a,b,c,d can all be correct since it has to depend on what n actually is. Any tips in solving this problem? (: If n=p, then n=3p can be written : p=3p. This makes 2p=0 If p=1/3, then n=1, which are different. So it cannot be solution ! same thing for c) and d)
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