## esteban9824 3 years ago 13k+5=k-7

1. JakeV8

group the k terms on the left and the number terms on the right...

2. inkyvoyd

Yes, 13k-k+5=-7 13k-K=-7-5

3. inkyvoyd

Can you try doing the rest?

4. candence1251

13k+12=k -13k -13k 12=-12k k=-1

5. esteban9824

thanks

6. inkyvoyd

@candence1251 , I know you are trying to help out, but a quick look at closed questions shows that esteban has asked about 5 of these, and he just seems to not be looking for the process, rather the answer.

7. esteban9824

I write fast

8. JakeV8

Try solving fast too though ;)

9. inkyvoyd

@esteban9824 , all of these questions you've been asking are similar. I'm concerned that you aren't understanding the material.

10. esteban9824

I try but I can not teach my teacher does not know

11. inkyvoyd

Well, it seems that you are closing all of these similar questions as soon as someone mentions the answer. This site is much more helpful if you use it for learning, not for answers @esteban9824 :)

12. esteban9824

f because I have a lot of work and little time and would like to learn but do not understand

13. inkyvoyd

Well, why don't you try posting another question, and I'll help you through step by step? Learning the method is much easier than getting the answers - believe me. @esteban9824

14. esteban9824

6q-1=-q+20

15. inkyvoyd

Post a new question please, this is lagging me.

16. esteban9824

25h+40=-15h-80

17. inkyvoyd

No, I mean a new question from the side, an open question. this one is closed...

18. esteban9824

25h + 40 = -15h - 8 25h + 15h = 40 +-80 40h = 120 h = 3

19. inkyvoyd

So you know what you are doing?