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3m-4=26 A. m=30 B. m= 22/3 C. m=10 D. m=17

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  1. Lila.hasipi
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    I dont understand what I am supposed to do?

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  2. skullpatrol
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    Solve for m.

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  3. Kuoministers
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    make 3m on its own so add 4 to both sides

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  4. Kuoministers
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    well make m on its own but we need to make 3m on its own first

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  5. Lila.hasipi
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    So minis 3 off both sides which makes it 3m-4=23

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  6. Lila.hasipi
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    opps i meant m-4=23

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  7. Kuoministers
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    no no no

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    solve for m....keep only m on the left and take all the junk to the right |dw:1358256696816:dw|

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  9. Lila.hasipi
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    then minis 4 off both sides?

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    m=19?

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    First add 4 both sides 3m-4+4=26+4 3m=30 m=30/3=?

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    m=10?

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    m=10

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    yes ;) @Lila.hasipi

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    pls dont give the answer away... @JhonDoe

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  16. JhonDoe
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    i was confirming her answer

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    http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct @JhonDoe

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    \[\Huge{\color{pink}{\ \boxed{\mathbb{\text{Goodnight :) }}}}} \]

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  19. Lila.hasipi
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    He disnt give the answer

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  20. JhonDoe
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    I didnt give the answer she wrote it and i was telling her it was right

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