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Q 1 - Solve the following linear equation with multiplication property of equality.

12d = 72

**Step 1:**

12d = 72;

Using the multiplicative property of equality,

multiply both sides of equation by (1/12)

**Step 2:**

12d × ($\frac{1}{12}$) = 72 × ($\frac{1}{12}$)

So, d = 6

Q 2 - Solve the following linear equation with multiplication property of equality.

y ÷ 4 = 8

**Step 1:**

y ÷ 4 = 8

Using the multiplicative property of equality,

multiply both sides of equation by (4)

**Step 2:**

$\frac{y}{4}$ × 4 = 8 × 4 = 32

So, y = 32

Q 3 - Solve the following linear equation with multiplication property of equality.

11k = 165

**Step 1:**

11k = 165

Using the multiplicative property of equality,

multiply both sides of equation by ($\frac{1}{11}$)

**Step 2:**

11k × ($\frac{1}{11}$) = 165 × ($\frac{1}{11}$)

So, k = 15

Q 4 - Solve the following linear equation with multiplication property of equality

14t = 98

**Step 1:**

14t = 98

Using the multiplicative property of equality,

multiply both sides of equation by ($\frac{1}{14}$)

**Step 2:**

14t × ($\frac{1}{14}$) = 98 × ($\frac{1}{14}$)

So, t = 7

Q 5 - Solve the following linear equation with multiplication property of equality.

n ÷ 8 = 6

**Step 1:**

n ÷ 8 = 6

Using the multiplicative property of equality,

multiply both sides of equation by 8

**Step 2:**

$\frac{n}{8}$ × 8 = 6 × 8 = 48

So, n = 48

Q 6 - Solve the following linear equation with multiplication property of equality.

s ÷ 5 = 9

**Step 1:**

s ÷ 5 = 9

Using the multiplicative property of equality,

multiply both sides of equation by 5

**Step 2:**

$\frac{s}{5}$ × 5 = 9 × 5 = 45

So, s = 45

Q 7 - Solve the following linear equation with multiplication property of equality.

16t = 64

**Step 1:**

16t = 64

Using the multiplicative property of equality,

multiply both sides of equation by ($\frac{1}{16}$)

**Step 2:**

16t × ($\frac{1}{16}$) = 64 × ($\frac{1}{16}$) = 4

So, t = 4

Q 8 - Solve the following linear equation with multiplication property of equality.

13r = 104

**Step 1:**

13r = 104

Using the multiplicative property of equality,

multiply both sides of equation by ($\frac{1}{13}$)

**Step 2:**

13r × ($\frac{1}{13}$) = 104 × ($\frac{1}{13}$)

So, r = 8

Q 9 - Solve the following linear equation with multiplication property of equality.

7q = 56

**Step 1:**

7q = 56

Using the multiplicative property of equality,

multiply both sides of equation by ($\frac{1}{7}$)

**Step 2:**

7q × ($\frac{1}{7}$) = 56 × ($\frac{1}{7}$)

So, q = 8

Q 10 - Solve the following linear equation with multiplication property of equality.

9m = 36

**Step 1:**

9m = 36

Using the multiplicative property of equality,

multiply both sides of equation by ($\frac{1}{9}$)

**Step 2:**

9m × ($\frac{1}{9}$) = 36 × ($\frac{1}{9}$)

So, m = 4

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