# How do you find the unknown value of 6times3=f?

Nov 24, 2016

$f$ has the same value as 18. Written as $f = 18$

#### Explanation:

The equals sign (=) is stating that the value on its left hand side is exactly the same as the value on its right hand side.

So the value of $6 \times 3$ is the same as the value of $f$

Thus: $6 \times 3 = f \text{ "->" } 18 = f$

Thus $f$ has the value of 18

By the way $18 = f$ is the same thing as $f = 18$

Nov 24, 2016

$f = 18$

#### Explanation:

Unless you're missing something here, it looks like you have your unknown variable already isolated, and set equal to 6 X 3.

In that case, you'd just perform the calculations that provide you with your final answer: 6 X 8 = 18.