MATH SOLVE

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# In Bill's physics class, he had to solve the equation 6 = 12kx2 for k. Each step of his work is shown below.Use the drop-down menus to explain each step. CLEARCHECKGiven Equation: 6 = 12kx2Step 1: 6x2 = 12k on both sides of the equation.Step 2: 12x2 = k on both sides of the equation

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Answer:[tex]k =0.25[/tex]Step-by-step explanation:CLEARCHECKGiven Equation: [tex]6=12k\times2[/tex]Step 1: [tex]\frac{6}{2} =\frac{12k\times2}{2}[/tex]Divide 2 on both sides of the equation[tex]3=12k[/tex]Step 2: [tex]\frac{3}{12} =\frac{12k}{12}[/tex]Divide 12 on both sides of the equation.[tex]\frac{1}{4} =k[/tex]Step 3: [tex]k= 0.25[/tex]