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 Question from Diaz, a student: How would you solve : ( pie*X)/ 4 = -pie/2 I have no idea.what to do!

Hi,

You have

$\frac{\pi \; x}{4} = -\frac{\pi}{2}.$

I would start by multiplying each side by $\large \frac{1}{\pi}.$

Write back if you need more assistance,
Penny

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