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jeanfelix Group Title

5g+4(-5+3g)=1-g

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    get g by itself First we need to distribute that 4|dw:1349128157242:dw|

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    what would we get from this?

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  3. jeanfelix Group Title
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    to be honest i have no idea

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    you distribute the 4 or use foil method

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  5. jeanfelix Group Title
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    ya it -20+12g

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    so dat mean 5g+-20+12g=1-g

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    Yeah ok so we now have 5g+-20 +12g=1-g Now we need to get the gs all on one side

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    So combine the 5g and 12g together then add 1 g from the other side|dw:1349128548960:dw|

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    so -12 by 5

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    18g

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    12 isnt negative

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    wat yhu mean 18 dont you hav to sub 12 by 5

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    No i combined like terms so 5g + 12 g = 17g Plus i added the g from the other side to make it 18g

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    but yhu forgot about the 20 boo

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    dont forget about the -20

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    -20 isnt a like term so i ignored that for now

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    Now its 18g - 20 = 1

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    okk

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    So now we add 20 to the other side giving us 18g = 21

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    Now divide|dw:1349128960636:dw| So now g = something

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  21. jeanfelix Group Title
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    so it 1.16

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    yes g = 1.16 repeating

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  23. jeanfelix Group Title
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    thank you

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    No problem

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    you so nice

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