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Help Me!!!! 6 = 2(x + 8) - 5x

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  1. skullpatrol Group Title
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    Do you want to solve for x?

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    Solve equation The options none of the answers given

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    You made a mistake brotha...

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    @bunyonb You missed something... it's 5x. not 5 in the start.

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    That is why we let the asker solve BROTHA

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    pwned

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    6 = 2(x + 8) - 5x 1) Expand brackets 2) Rearrange so all terms with an x are on one side 3) combine like terms, and solve.

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    A. 2/3 B. 3 1/3 C. - 2/3 D. -3 1/3

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    @bunyonb Stop! Let the person who asked learn by doing it.

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    @Tabbiejack Try it. Read what I said, and type out your steps.

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    later brotha

    • one year ago
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    I am lost bad

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    Start by expanding the brackets.

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    Ask yourself " What do you want to solve for?"

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    Ok

    • one year ago
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    "Solve for" means you want to get that letter alone on one side of the equals sign, right?

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    10/3x

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    But that's not an option

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    What happened to the equals sign?

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    6=2x+16-5x 6=-3x+16 6-16=-3x -10=-3x -10/-3=x 10/3=x

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    I'm lost

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    People I'm so freaking lost imabout to cry

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    First thing is calm down, please :-D

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    Check your answer in the original equation

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    10/3 is correct. what you need to do is simplify it. how many 3s fit into 10? three, right? with 1 left. So your simplified one is \[{10 \over 3}=>3{1\over 3}\]

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    O ooh I feel so stupid

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    6 = 2(x + 8) - 5x <----original equation

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    Just 1 more thing. - 1/3m - 7 = 5

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    3 1/3

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    I got it thank its the other 1

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