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6+2 (3j-2) = 4(l+j) please show work

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    are you asked to solve for j

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    In 4(1+j)or 4(l+j)

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    what the question ask you to do

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    @Celeste7 4(L+j)

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    Solve forj

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    wouldn't you have to distribute first, then add?

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    Are you sure that L is actually L and not a 1?

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    It could not be like because you will have 2 different variables l and j

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    Sorry it is 1

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    Ok just do the same thing up there just 4(l+j) would turn out to be 4+4j

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    6+2 (3j-2) Here you actually do distribute the 2 first)......After you got all you stuff just combine like terms and then isolate j

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    6+2(3j-2)=4(1+j) 6+6j-4=4+4j 6j-4+6=4+4j 6j+2=4+4j 6j-4j=4-2 2j=2 J=2/2 J=1. And you can check it by replacing the answer by the variable

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    |dw:1349821670045:dw|

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    If you need another thing you tell it ill help you

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    I show you all the process so you did not confuse

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    any problem

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    thanks

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    all right

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