Multiple Choice Question (MCQ)

If 2a+3=6 , then \dfrac{3}{4a+6} =

  1. \dfrac{1}{4}

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    \dfrac{1}{2}

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Collected in the board: Calculate algebraic expressions

Steven Zheng posted 3 months ago


Answer

  1. \because 2a+3=6

    \therefore a=\dfrac{3}{2}

    \dfrac{3}{4a+6} = \dfrac{3}{4\cdotp \dfrac{3}{2}+6 } =\dfrac{3}{12}= \dfrac{1}{4}


Steven Zheng posted 1 month ago

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