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  • 5 years ago

what isb 8g+4g=108

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  1. anonymous
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    12g = 108 g = 9 what did you not understand? I see this is the same process as the last question you asked

  2. anonymous
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    i jus dont get the steps

  3. anonymous
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    ok do you know why I added 8g and 4g together?

  4. anonymous
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    because u have to add the 2 of them to divide the 108

  5. anonymous
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    yes, because I have to group like terms. do you have another one like this that you can try, and i'll check for you?

  6. anonymous
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    yeah i do actually

  7. anonymous
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    24+3e+9e=96

  8. anonymous
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    but i dont get this one

  9. anonymous
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    add e's?

  10. anonymous
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    12e

  11. anonymous
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    ok. and then combine 12e + 24 = 96 you have to simplify 96 and 24 now

  12. anonymous
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    ok so 72

  13. anonymous
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    right then you're solving for e. then what?

  14. anonymous
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    u divide the 12 to 72 to get rid of the variable e

  15. anonymous
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    well you're trying to find what e equals, not get rid of it. so you divide 72 by 12 to leave e alone on one side.

  16. anonymous
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    yeah dats wat i mean and da anwer is e=6

  17. anonymous
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    yep

  18. anonymous
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    kk

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