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bgenevieve96 Group Title

-2(m-30)=-6m

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    Distribute the -2 through (m-30).

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    That will give you -2m+60=-6m.

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    Add 2m to both sides, and that will give you 60=-4m. Then divide both sides by -4 to find m.

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    I keep coming up with -15

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    thats because its rights:p

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    right

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    plug in -15 for m and check if the both sides match

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    lol I guess so thanks

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