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k-10 over 2=negative7 help polpak please

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  1. anonymous
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    \[\frac{k-10}{2}= -7 \rightarrow k-10 = -7*2\]

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    x2 on both sides, cancelling the '/2,' then -14 + 10

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    Solve for k

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    ya got my head hurting xplain step by step

  5. anonymous
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    multiply both sides by 2 to get rid of the fraction you get \[k - 10 = -14\] Now add 10 to both sides to get \[k = -4\]

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    multiply both sides by 2 to get rid of the fraction you get \[k - 10 = -14\] Now add 10 to both sides to get \[k = -4\]

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    so k = -4

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    yes that is correct

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