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7x-19x=6 solve

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cim bine like term then divide
|dw:1352926402247:dw| does that help
yes thanks

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your welcome
what about the check? i keep getting the wrong answer...
show me what you got
|dw:1352926680119:dw| simplify that
7x-19x=6 7(-1/2)-19(-1/2)=6 -3 1/2+ -9 1/2 13
where did you get -1/2
7x-19x=6 7x+-19x=6 -12x/-12=6/-12 x=-1/2
did you look a what I did
its kinda hard 2 read
well i -7x -19x and got -26 then divide by 6 and got 26/6 then you need to simplify
but -7x isnt negative its just 7x
oh sorry so it would be negative 12 and you are correct :)
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your welcome and I do not deserve a medal

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