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Solve the equation. x - 9 = -6x + 5

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  1. beketso
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    first group the like terms

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  2. philliesx3baby
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    really? add or subtract like terms 7x = 14, divide 7 by both sides, x = 14/7. simplify 2/1. your answer is 2

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  3. madisonmaruhnich94
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    yeah really ive never learned any of this. thanks.

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  4. moser90
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    do you understand or do you want another explanation

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  5. madisonmaruhnich94
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    can you explain please

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  6. moser90
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    okay you can do it different ways I will show you the way I learned it first you want to get x on one side

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  7. philliesx3baby
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    |dw:1347471412900:dw|

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  8. moser90
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    like this|dw:1347471536424:dw|

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  9. moser90
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    do you see what I did

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  10. math456
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    okay so first u should have ur x's on side! x+6x=5+9 add them out! 7x=14 divide 7 on both sides, u'll get x=2

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  11. estudier
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    On both sides of the equation, add 6x + 9 and then divide by 7.

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