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NEED help Solving Two-Step Equations: What is the first step in solving the equation −4x − 16 = 20? A. Multiply both sides of the equation by 4. B. Divide both sides of the equation by −16. C. Subtract 16 from both sides of the equation. D. Add 16 to both sides of the equation.

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what do you think it is?
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what about Solve 5c + 4 = −26
first step is?
do i subtract both sides
yea, you subtract 4 from both sides, what do you get after doing that?
Im not sure
what's -26 - 4?
-30??
yes :) so 5c = -30. what now?
divide 5c by 5 then -30 divided by 5?
yes, which would give us c = ?
5.2?
5.2? where did that come from lol
6
haha oops
what about Solve: 5c − c + 10 = 34
WAIT
okay
a negative number divided by a positive number gives you a product that is negative or positive?
quotient*
Oh negative
-6
yes :) so c = -6
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