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kris2685 Group Title

solve using the addition principle -42+y=3

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    y = 3 + 42 y = 45

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    add 42 to each side. ex. 1. Solve: x + 6 = -15 Solution: Using the Addition Principle, add -6 to each side of the equation. x + 6 - 6 = -15 - 6 The variable is now isolated. x = -21

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    you can also call it the additive inverse

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