Q: What is k times 4 equals 48?

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k=8k+28 k-8k=28 -7k=28 k=-(28/4) k=-4

I am assuming that k is the constant of proportionality so that f = k*a*t/b2 = 3*4*6/22 = 18

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5k + 2 = -2 Therefore, 5k = -4 k = -4/5 k = -0.8

K/3 + k/4 = 1 LCD=12 *divide lcd by denominator* K(4) + K(3) = 12(1) 4k + 3k = 12 7k = 12 k=12/7

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k=8k+28 k-8k=28 -7k=28 k=-(28/4) k=-4

I am assuming that k is the constant of proportionality so that f = k*a*t/b2 = 3*4*6/22 = 18

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