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Solve: 4.5=0.6d-6.3

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  1. anonymous
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    don't you know how to do this? the process? all of your questions are the same.

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    plz help

  3. anonymous
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    get d by itself divide each side by .6 and you have your answer

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    first step: add 6.3 to each side. That gives you 10.8=0.6d

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    Ok

  6. anonymous
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    2: Divide both sides by 0.6

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    10.8/0.6=18 d=18

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    get it?

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    kinda

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    thx

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    2x5+5\[\ge\]1

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    that doesnt make sense

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