anonymous
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what is 3(k-2)=2(k+2)+k
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anonymous
  • anonymous
3(k-2) = 3k -6 2(k+2) = 2k +4 3k - 6 = 3k +4 -6 = 4 No solution
anonymous
  • anonymous
u did it wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
3k - 6 = 2k + 4 >> here he wrote 3k + 4 by mistake ! so 3k - 2k = 4 + 6 k = 10 !!

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anonymous
  • anonymous
omg thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks for the answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
no problem :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok i think she got the answer already!!:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
daniel was correct. 2(k+2)+k=3k+4, there's no solution to the problem star posted.
anonymous
  • anonymous
NOOOOOO there is an answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
you agree that 2(k+2)+k=3k+4 right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yup
anonymous
  • anonymous
hey rsvitale there is an answer it was 10 just like atooty-s said AND IT IS RIGHT
anonymous
  • anonymous
hello vernice thanks for giving me that problem it was awesome!!!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
AND DANIEL WAS WRONG
anonymous
  • anonymous
then you typed the problem wrong. plug 10 in to what you stated. you get 3*8= 2*12 +10... 24=34. its wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
did you type the problem wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
she did
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh ok so the +k isn't supposed to be there?
anonymous
  • anonymous
never mind she did write it right
anonymous
  • anonymous
I would know cuz we are in the same class right now.
anonymous
  • anonymous
3(10-2)=2(10+2)+10 24=24 I DID RIGHT IT RIGHT AND I JUST ASKED MY TEACHER AND HE SAID 10 IS RIGHT
anonymous
  • anonymous
LIAR
anonymous
  • anonymous
calculate what you just typed. you get 24=34 youre doing the arithmetic wrong.
anonymous
  • anonymous
BUT IT IS RIGHT OK
anonymous
  • anonymous
DUDE ITS RIGHT!!!!! SHUTUP ALREADY
anonymous
  • anonymous
STAR_PINK IS SOOO RUDE
anonymous
  • anonymous
3*(10-2)=3*8=24... 2(10+2)+10=@*12+10=24+10=34. it is NOT right.
anonymous
  • anonymous
OK WHATEVEER
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry 2*(10+2)=2*12=24..24+10=34
anonymous
  • anonymous
WELL 34 AND 34 NOT 24 AND 34 LIKE YOU SAID
anonymous
  • anonymous
3*8=24 not 34
anonymous
  • anonymous
MY TEACHER JUST WORKED IT OUT !!
anonymous
  • anonymous
if the problem is as you stated your teacher is wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
WELL YOUR TEACHER IS WRONG (RSVISTALE)
anonymous
  • anonymous
WAT IS YOUR ANSWER :s
anonymous
  • anonymous
there isn't a solution in the real numbers to that problem. If the problem is actually 3(k-2)=2(k+2) then k=10 is right.
anonymous
  • anonymous
but the problem you posted doesn't have a solution
anonymous
  • anonymous
OOOHHHHHHWWW BUT YOUR STILL WRONG
anonymous
  • anonymous
why do you think i'm wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
BECAUSE YOU JUST ARE
anonymous
  • anonymous
no, i'm not.
anonymous
  • anonymous
YES YOU ARE
anonymous
  • anonymous
OK THERE IS NO SOLUTION
anonymous
  • anonymous
HOW OLD ARE YOU AND WHAT GRADE ARE YOU IN?
anonymous
  • anonymous
im a phd student in math
anonymous
  • anonymous
im 23
anonymous
  • anonymous
WHAT IS THAT?
anonymous
  • anonymous
doctoral degree. it's after college you continue study so that you can be a professor in university
anonymous
  • anonymous
COOLL
anonymous
  • anonymous
what grade are you guys in ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
IM A GIRL IN 8TH GRADE
anonymous
  • anonymous
HAHA
anonymous
  • anonymous
the problem actually has a solution in some more advanced math but that's not anything you're talking about in 8th grade
anonymous
  • anonymous
YES WE ARE WE ARE IN ADVANCE PRE-AP MATH THANK YOU
anonymous
  • anonymous
THAT MEANS LIKE 10TH GRADE MATH
anonymous
  • anonymous
i know i mean you cant solve something like that and get an answer until 3rd year of college.
anonymous
  • anonymous
its called modular math
anonymous
  • anonymous
anyway, cya later
anonymous
  • anonymous
I DON'T CARE IF I WANT TO FIND A SOLUTION I CAN BY ASKING MY MOM SHE IS A TEACHER IN COLLAGE 4TH YEAR
anonymous
  • anonymous
BYE GUTS I HAD SOO MUCH FUUN
anonymous
  • anonymous
PEACE SAMANTHA SEE YOU AT LUNKCH

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