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echorenee

  • 2 years ago

i need to solve 6x-10x+5=-15

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  1. cheesesticks
    • 2 years ago
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    multiple choice?

  2. BME_21
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    rearrange the equation so that all x-terms with their coefficients are on one side and the other numbers are on the other. you'll get 6x-10x = -15 -5 then, simplify each side: (6-10)x = -15-5 .... -4x = -20 then divide both sides by -4... x = -20/-4 so, x =5

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