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anonymous

  • 4 years ago

-2a+5=3 i dont know who to do it

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    You want to get a alone on one side, and a number on the other. So you would subtract 5 from both sides. That would leave -2a alone on one side. Then you would divide both sides by -2. That would give you your answer of what a =

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    thx

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