# How do you solve #((2a)/3)*(6/a)=4#?

Multiplication of fractions is very easy, we just multiply everything above the bar together, multiply everything below the bar together, and if there's any common factors we can cut it out.

Everything on top is multiplied and so is everything on the bottom

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To solve the equation ((2a)/3)*(6/a)=4, you can start by simplifying the expression on the left side. By canceling out the common factor of "a" in the numerator and denominator, the equation becomes (2/3)*6=4. Multiplying 2/3 by 6 gives you 12/3, which simplifies to 4. Therefore, the equation simplifies to 4=4. Since both sides are equal, this equation is true for all values of "a".

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