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Solve the equation.
2(a − 4) = 3(a + 8)



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laraalexis82298
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Do you know how to start it? :)

arisauotani
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Distribute first.

laraalexis82298
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Right. SO distribute to ALL #s and then what? :)

algebra2sucks
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i'm just guessing but i think 2a  8 = 3a + 24?

laraalexis82298
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YES now combine like terms...

Kashan
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2a8= 3a + 24
2a= 3a + 24 +8
2a= 3a + 32
2a3a= 32
a=32
a=32

laraalexis82298
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^^ Awesome!

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thank you

Kashan
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Thanks... :)

laraalexis82298
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Np :)