## claudiavv (g + 4) - 3g = 1 + g SHOW WORK PLEASE one year ago one year ago

1. yummydum

$(g+4)-3g=1+g$add 3g to both sides:$(g+4)=1+4g$remove the parenthesis and subtract the g from both sides:$4=1+3g$subtract 1 from both sides:$3=3g$divide both sides by 3 to isolate g:$1=g$ $\large g=1~~\huge\ddot\smile$

2. yummydum

@claudiavv hope this helps :)

3. yummydum

you can also check your work by putting in 1 for g to see if it works: $~~~~(g+4)-3g=1+g$$(1+4)-3\times1=1+1$$~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~5-3=2$$~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~2=2~~\checkmark$

4. CheetahBooks1

yummydum did it right!

5. CheetahBooks1

go yummydum!!!!!!!!!

6. yummydum

lol...thanks Cheetah :)

7. CheetahBooks1

LIKE THE FACE YOU HAVE THERE!