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3(2z+1)=35

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  1. lgbasallote
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    nice equation....?

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  2. Spishyradishs
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    idk jesus, i'm just getting a weird answer

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  3. lgbasallote
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    you're supposed to solve for z?

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  4. Spishyradishs
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    yes

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  5. BabyBoy1
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    z=16/3

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    :]

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  7. lgbasallote
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    first divide both sides by 3 \[\implies 2z + 1 = \frac {35}3\] now subtract 1 from both sides \[\implies 2z = \frac{35}3 - 1\] then divide by 2 \[\Large \implies z = \frac{\frac{35}{3} - 1}{2}\] simplify to get the final answer is that what you did?

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    uhhh

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  9. Spishyradishs
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    i multiplied the 3, so got 6z+3=35 6z=32 z=16/3

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    i got what babyboy got

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  11. lgbasallote
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    oh well that works too

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  12. Spishyradishs
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    thanks bro =)

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  13. lgbasallote
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    16/3 is right. it's not weird

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  14. Spishyradishs
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    kk

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  15. BabyBoy1
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    MY ANSWER IS RIGHT MEDAL =]

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  16. Spishyradishs
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    haha

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  17. BabyBoy1
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    thanks peace.

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