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However, if you mean 2/(9s) = -6 which is \(\displaystyle \frac{2}{9s} = -6\) then solve for s by multiplying both sides of the equation by 9s and then dividing both sides by the resulting coefficient of s.

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The above could mean either of the following:Dany said:2/9s = -6

. . . . .\(\displaystyle \L \frac{2}{9s}\, =\, -6\)

. . . . .\(\displaystyle \L \frac{2}{9}s\, =\, -6\)

...and the solution method will vary, according to the type of equation you meant. Same goes for the other two equations.

Okay.... but how? We can't "see" where you're having trouble, if you don't know your work. So please reply showing everything you've tried so far. :!:Dany said:I'm having trouble with it

Please be complete. Thank you!

Eliz.