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KEEP_LOVEIN_WIZ
 4 years ago
1/2z + 6 = 15
KEEP_LOVEIN_WIZ
 4 years ago
1/2z + 6 = 15

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103924
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0\[1/2x + 6 = 15\] first you take off the 6 1/2x = 9 Then as an eplanation of why the next step is allowed, try filling in the equation 6/3 = 2 instead, to get the three seperately, you are allowed to make the equation 6/2 = 3, this we do, but with the variables used in this equation. 1/9 = 2x  1/18 = x
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