How do you solve #q/41=3#?
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To solve the equation q/4  1 = 3, first, add 1 to both sides to isolate the q/4 term. Then, multiply both sides by 4 to solve for q. The steps are as follows:

Add 1 to both sides: q/4 = 4

Multiply both sides by 4: q = 4 * 4

Simplify: q = 16
So, the solution to the equation is q = 16.
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