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mo96
6= x + 2 over 3
like this?|dw:1353461709200:dw| is that what u have?
\[6= \frac{ x + 2 }{ 6 }\]I would like to see this equation solved step by step down to it's final answer. you are solving for x
okay so u need help with 6=x+2 over 6?? not over 3?
yes i'm sorry i wasn't infront of the equation
okay, so u just want me to show u step by step?
kk :) so you first need to get x by itself and to do that, you must take out the denominator... like this |dw:1353461967693:dw| do u see that?? by multiplying both sides by 6, you eliminate the deonimator and transfer it to the other side.. do u get it so far?
no my equation is 6= x+2 over 3
oh okay, then why'd u write 6=x+2 over 6 earlier ,and when i asked u, why'd u confirm that u meant over 6 not 3?
just understood what you said. i'm having a really off day. I'm a high school junior doing 9th grade work with noooo help. I am really bummed right now..
ohh okay haha why r u doing 9th grade work if ur a junior? lol and okay i will show u then :)
|dw:1353462103192:dw| do u see that? what I'm doing?
Well i go to school online and my credits got screwed up and I have to do the work or i can't graduate with my class, the class of 2014
oh okay that sucks!! |dw:1353462217899:dw| kk so thats what u r left with. any ideas what to do now?
i'm guessing you'd find the final answer making that 16, right?
yup! cuz u subtract 2 from each side to get x by itself.. so x=16 :) good job :)
good luck and i hope u get to graduate with ur class of 2014 :)
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