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If you have an equation of the form
a(bx + c) = d
i). divide both sides by a
ii). add the opposite of c to both sides
iii). divide both sides by b
i). multiply a by (bx + c) by the distributive property to obtain (ab)x + ac = d
ii). add the opposite of ac to both sides
iii). divide both sides by ab
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\[10(2x+7)=90\]divide both sides by 10:\[2x+7=9\]subtract 7:\[2x=2\]divide both sides by 2 to isolate x:\[x-~...?\]
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@yummydum please read the warning above, about giving out answers!
the main goal is to get x alone, of course, so when you see parenthesis, automatically look at if you can get rid of the stuff outside the parenthesis first. once you done that get the term containing x isolated at one side of the equal sign. if then the x is still not alone, divide to isolate.
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