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Rachel98
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Check my answer. Solve 50q  43 = 52q  81.
My Answer: Okay, so first we subtract 52q from both sides so that we get only one variable. 50q  52q  43 = 52q  52q  81 =  2q  43 =  81, now we add 43 to both sides.  2q  43 + 43 =  81 + 43 =  2q =  38, now we divide both sides by  2.  2q/  2 =  38/  2 = q = 19.
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Rachel98 Group Title
Check my answer. Solve 50q  43 = 52q  81. My Answer: Okay, so first we subtract 52q from both sides so that we get only one variable. 50q  52q  43 = 52q  52q  81 =  2q  43 =  81, now we add 43 to both sides.  2q  43 + 43 =  81 + 43 =  2q =  38, now we divide both sides by  2.  2q/  2 =  38/  2 = q = 19.
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