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JulietLRK
May someone please help me? Pretty please? It's attached below.
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It's microsoft word 2010.
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Ok, just give me a moment.
Kelly wrote the following steps to prove the equation: Given: 2(x – 3) = 5x + 3 Prove: x = –3 Step Mathematical Statement Justification 0 2(x - 3) = 5x + 3 Given 1 2x - 6 = 5x + 3 Distributive Property 2 – 6 = 3x + 3 Subtraction Property of Equality 3 3x + 3 = –6 Transitive Property of Equality 4 3x = –9 Subtraction Property of Equality 5 x = –3 Division Property of Equality Which step of justification is incorrect, and what should the justification for that step be to solve the equation? Step 1; Commutative Property of Multiplication Step 2; Associative Property of Addition Step 3; Symmetric Property of Equality Step 4; Combine Like Terms
There is some stuff missing.
That's what they gave me.
"Distributive property." No need for that. H should have added the like terms.
Actually, the property of equality or adding like terms; It's a matter of how you go at it.
So its the second option.
Watch, I'm going to add like terms. 2x - 6 = 5x + 3 2x - 5x = +6 + 3 3x = 9 x = 3
Thanks!!! :) I now understand fully!
All though both operations are correct; they're only going to ask for one, right?
Is it multiple option or something you write to report?