Maths Ugh lol so here is the question If three hundred twenty pound notes weigh a total of 380.4 grams, how much would one twenty pound note weigh.. P.S Can i have the working aswell please
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Originally Posted by Nizzy Maths Ugh lol so here is the question If three hundred twenty pound notes weigh a total of 380.4 grams, how much would one twenty pound note weigh.. P.S Can i have the working aswell please Well $\displaystyle \frac{300~(\text{20 pound notes})}{380.4~g} = \frac{1~(\text{20 pound note})}{x}$ Solve for x. -Dan
Edit: I Really am stuck is this algebra and can you help me please
Last edited by Nizzy; Mar 4th 2008 at 02:07 PM.
Sorry to double post but im really stuck it it 300p = 380.4
Originally Posted by Nizzy Sorry to double post but im really stuck it it 300p = 380.4 How do you get p by itself here? If 300p = 380.4, then what does $\displaystyle \frac{300p}{300}$ equal? -Dan
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