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tarachery Group Title

4-d=-(d-4)

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    it looks like that in the book

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    Alright, start by distributing that - sign. What does the problem look like after doing that?

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    make the signs in the parentheses opposite then get isolate d

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    wait what am i distributing..?

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    the negative sign

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    ohh sorry thanks kinda sloww lol

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    i got 4-d=d+4 what do i after that

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    Actually if the problem looks like this 4-d=-(d-4) and you distribute the negative sign (your giving it to both numbers You would end up with 4 - d = -d +4

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    after that you need to get d by itself

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    ohhso in order to get d by itself do i subtract d from the both sides or noo..?

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    ohh so*

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    yes you subtract 4 from both sides

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    thanks

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    i got 0=d did i do it correctly..?

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    Yeah everything kinda cancelled out

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    yeah thanks a lot

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