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yanna Group Title

how to check 17=p-3-3p if -10=p

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  1. kaiz122 Group Title
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    just substitute -10 to the p in the equation.

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    just substitute p=10 in 17=p-3-3p u will lefthand and right side equal

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    sorry p=-10

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    but how do you check it when i try i get 17=(-10)-3-3(-10) 17=7-(-30) am i correct? after i get there i get confused

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    of both sides are equal.

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    see u consider the equation in two parts that is left hand side as 17 and right hand side as 17=p-3-3p now put p=-10 in rhside that will be equal to lhside which is hence proved lhs=rhs

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    @yanna did u got my point

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    no because when i did 7- -30 i got -23 and that is not equal to 17

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    i will show the work wait@yana

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  10. kaiz122 Group Title
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    i thinl it should be -13 --30

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  11. kaiz122 Group Title
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    -10-3=-13

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    -13+30=17

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    yes that makes a little more sense to me thank @kaiz122

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    |dw:1348593894245:dw|

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    @yana

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