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Solve the equation 7 over 8 p − 4 = 10 for p. Please show your work and solution in the space provided. dont get ur answer off google either

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    Is ur question |dw:1352815023813:dw|

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    ya

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    @mtmb11

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    tyvm ppl in advance

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    1.Multiply both sides by 8 2.Divide by 7 both sides 3.Add 4 both sides

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    tht it?

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    ya follow the steps. Then u will get the answer:)

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    i still dont get it

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    @sara1234

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    |dw:1352815146316:dw|

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    \[\frac{ 7 }{ 8 }(p-4)=10\] 1.Multiply both sides by 8. \[\frac{ 7 }{ 8 }(p-4)*8=10*8\] \[7(p-4)=80\] 2.Divide by 7 both sides \[\frac{ 7(p-4) }{ 7}=\frac{ 80 }{ 7 }\] \[p-4=\frac{80}{7}\] 3.Add 4 to both sides \[p-4+4=\frac{80}{7}+4\] \[p=\frac{80}{7}+4\] Getting it nw?

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    tyvm

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    Welcome:)

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