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This looks like you can do the same thing as last time. can you write down the equation we have to solve?
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dw:1352930564084:dw
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yes, I know that. but both right hand sides equal y so they equal each other. can you write that down?
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raevenbennett Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
no, i still not gettin it because its a lot to remember
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y=5x6 y=8x6 if 5x6 equals y, you can replace y in the 2nd equation with 5x6. Can you write that down?
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go it written down
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what do you have?
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raevenbennett Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
am i doing y=5x6
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you have 2 equations y=5x6 y=8x6 the 1st equation says y is 5x6 that means you can replace y in the 2nd equation with 5x6. after you do that what is this new equation?
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8x6
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what happened to the other side and what happened to the = ? If we had y= A and y= SOMETHING we can replace y with A in the 2nd equation: A= SOMETHING can you use that same idea with y=5x6 y=8x6
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sorry so it would be 8x6=5x6
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yes. now that you have an equation, you can find x I would start by adding +6 to both sides 8x 6+6 = 5x6+6 can you simplify this?
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I would simplify 6+6 to 0
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raevenbennett Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
okay, i go that then whats next
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what do you have so far?
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8x+0=5x+0
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yes and you can simplify 5x+0 , right? what do you get?
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5or 5
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I get 8x= 5x if you add +8x to both sides you get 8x8x = 8x5x of course 8x  8x is 0 (you have 8x and take away 8x, to get 0) 0= 8x5x on the right side, you have 8x and take away 5x, what do you have left?
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@jackyluvv would you mind helping me with one more
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@jackyluvv please read the Code of Conduct
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sorry @phi if i did anything wrong
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