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# Solve for S, V, J and P?

1/(3S) − p/4 = 0

1/(3V) − p/2 = 0

1/(3J) − p/12 = 0

S/4 + V/2 + J/12 − 4 = 0

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I would appreciate a step by step approach.

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- AmyLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
I'd start by rewriting each equation to get rid of the fractions.

3PS = 4

3PV = 2

PJ = 4

3S + 6V + J = 48

Multiply the last equation by P and substitute values from the other three equations.

4 + 4 + 4 = 48P

solve for P, then use that value to solve for each other variable.

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