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  • 5 years ago

Algebra 9(3x+9)=14-(x=3) help please

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  1. anonymous
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    Solving for x?

  2. anonymous
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    yes

  3. anonymous
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    is it \[9(3x+9)=14-x(-3)?\]

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    -(x-3)*

  5. anonymous
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    there is something wrong in your question!

  6. anonymous
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    its (x+3)

  7. anonymous
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    ok let me write it again 9(3x+9)=14-(x+3) solve for x

  8. anonymous
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    x= -16/7 is the answer

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    okay ??

  10. anonymous
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    are u der @ wan?

  11. anonymous
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    sorry thinker stepped away I have another problem 7x-7y=1 y=?

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    ok....y=(1+7x)/7

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    ok?

  14. anonymous
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    so y =7

  15. anonymous
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    no y=\[(1+7x)\div 7\]

  16. anonymous
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    ok i think

  17. anonymous
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    was ur equation 7x-7y=1 ??? and u need to find 'y' ???

  18. anonymous
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    thinker what does it mean when they say subtract from both sides

  19. anonymous
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    means, u subtract 'something' on left & right side of the '=' sign :) got it?

  20. anonymous
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    and this 'something' may be any number

  21. anonymous
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    ok..bye for now..all the best :)

  22. anonymous
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    u got sumthing to say? be quick

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    nothing..ok..bye then:)

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