Q:

34 Divided by What Equals 27?

Accepted Solution

A:

In this problem, we're trying to find a variable "x" that when we divide 34 by it, we get 27. This can be set up in the equation \(\frac{34}{x} = 27\).

To solve for "x", we need to first isolate 34, which can be done by multiplying both sides by "x", resulting in the equation \(34 = 27*x\).

Next, we isolate "x" by dividing both sides by 27 to get \(\frac{34}{27} = x\). Solving for "x", we get \(x = 1.259\).

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