Cross Multiplication
In mathematics, the rule of three is the method of finding the fourth term of a mathematical proportion when the first three terms are known, that is, where the first term is in proportion to the second as the third is to the unknown fourth term.
To find the fourth term, multiply the second and third terms, then divide their product by the first term.
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Solving Equations Requiring Cross Multiplication Video Clip
Solving Equations Requiring Cross Multiplication
Video Clip Length: 2 minutes 42 seconds
Video Clip Views: 24087
This tutorial will show you how to perform you cross multiplication to solve for x. You need to use distributive property and also solve for the equation.
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Solving Fractional Equations Video Clip
Solving Fractional Equations
Video Clip Length: 4 minutes 12 seconds
Video Clip Views: 19970
In this tutorial, you will learn how to solve equations with fractions. Notice we have fractions on both sides of the equation. We need to get q divided by 3 by itself, so next step should be to combine the whole number and fraction. After that we can simply set up a cross multiplication equation in order to get q by itself.
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Solving Equations Requiring Cross Multiplication 3 Video Clip
Solving Equations Requiring Cross Multiplication 3
Video Clip Length: 3 minutes 31 seconds
Video Clip Views: 13658
This tutorial is going to show you how to solve fractional equations. We will use cross multiplication in order to solve for x, the missing variable.
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Solving Equations Requiring Cross Multiplication 2 Video Clip
Solving Equations Requiring Cross Multiplication 2
Video Clip Length: 2 minutes 56 seconds
Video Clip Views: 10319
This tutorial will show you how to cross multiply in order to solve for x. You also will learn how to use distributive property.
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Cross Multiplication Video Clip
Cross Multiplication
Video Clip Length: 1 minute 36 seconds
Video Clip Views: 7674
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Top Cross Multiplication Word Problems
Homework Help Questions
- 2/9x=5
- 5/10=6/x
- 3x+6 2x-18
=
35 5
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