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In the equation above, k, r, s, t, and v represent positive numbers.

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New post 07 Feb 2019, 01:23
Bunuel wrote:
\(n = \frac{k + \frac{r}{s}}{\frac{t}{v}}\)

In the equation above, k, r, s, t, and v represent positive numbers. Multiplying which one of these numbers by 2 will reduce the value of n to 1/2 of its present value ?

A. k
B. r
C. s
D. t
E. v



\(n = \frac{k + \frac{r}{s}}{\frac{t}{v}}\)

n=vks+rv/st
multiplying t by 2 would make n to 1/2 its PV
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