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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

Could you please help me with this problem: 5w+3z-10+w solve for z

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    Do you have a given w value or another equation? If not, then z must be solved for simply in terms of w. So, you get: 5w+3z-10+w = 6w+3z-10 3z = 10-6w z = (10/3)-2w

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    I have a list of answers because it was a multiple choice test earlier today. I handed in my scantron but was allowed to take the test section home. I am trying to learn the ones I had problems with. That answer is not on my sheet. Is there another way to solve it?

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