Question

Solve equation $\dfrac{m}{6}=1$ and check your answer.

Solution

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$\begin{equation} \dfrac{m}{6}=1 \end{equation}$

Now, in order to solve equation (1):

$\text{\underline{Clear of fractions}}$:- Multiply both sides of the equation -- every term -- by the LCM of denominators. Each denominator will then divide into its multiple. We will then have an equation without fractions. The LCM of 6 and 1 is 6. Therefore, multiply both sides of the equation (1) by 6.

$\begin{align*} &6{\cdot}\dfrac{m}{6}=1{\cdot}6\\ &m=6 \end{align*}$

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