Jill's present age is three times her sister's age two years ago. If Jill is 18 years old, how old is her sister now?

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Jill's present age is three times her sister's age two years ago. If Jill is 18 years old, her sister now is 8 Years old.

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18=3(X-2)

18=3X-6

3X=18+6

3X=24

X=24/3

X=8

Solution:

18=3(X-2)

18=3X-6

3X=18+6

3X=24

X=24/3

X=8

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Updated 9/1/2014 7:22:39 AM

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1/6 · a = 1;

1/6a = 1;

a = 6 * 1;

a = 6

1/6a = 1;

a = 6 * 1;

a = 6

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Write the metric units for these measurements. Do not abbreviate.
distance
work
power
energy
time

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The metric units for these measurements.

distance - meter

work - newton-meter

power - watt

energy - joule

time - second

distance - meter

work - newton-meter

power - watt

energy - joule

time - second

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5/6 · k = 10;

5/6k = 10;

k = (10)/(5/6);

k = 60/5;

k = 12

5/6k = 10;

k = (10)/(5/6);

k = 60/5;

k = 12

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