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Use transformations to solve the equation.
c – 16 = 41
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Use transformations to solve the equation. c – 16 = 41
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c  16 = 41 c = 57 {added 16 to both sides} answer is D.)
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Transformations? Don't you mean transpositions?
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nope
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Adding 16 to both sides is a transposition. A transformation is like a translation, reflection, rotation, etc.
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