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thatgirlisheres

  • one year ago

w/4 – 4 = 3 –4 28 3 11 d/3+ 10 = 7 51 20 0 –9

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  1. thatgirlisheres
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    do you know?

  2. chevygirl
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    the first one is 3

  3. thatgirlisheres
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    thx!

  4. thatgirlisheres
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    do you know the second one?

  5. chevygirl
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    the second one is -9

  6. thatgirlisheres
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    your a lifesaver thank you!

  7. chevygirl
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    lol ur welcome

  8. thatgirlisheres
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    :)

  9. whpalmer4
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    @thatgirlisheres Instead of just getting the answers, wouldn't you like to see *how* to get them yourself? \[\frac{w}{4}-3 = 3\]Multiply both sides by 4 to eliminate the fraction\[4*\frac{w}{4}-4*3=4*3\]\[w-12=12\]Add 12 to both sides to get w alone on the left side\]\[w-12+12=12+12\]\[w=24\] \[\frac{d}{3}+10=7\]Multiply both sides by 3 to eliminate the fraction\[3*\frac{d}{3}+10*3=7*3\]\[d+30=21\]Subtract 30 from both sides to get d alone on the left\[d+30-30=21-30\]\[d=-9\] See, not really so hard. You can do them yourself!

  10. thatgirlisheres
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    wow thx i would like to see how but um no one explained it so yaaa

  11. whpalmer4
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    Okay, I thought I did at least demonstrate how to do it. Do you think you understand now?

  12. thatgirlisheres
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    ya thx

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