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I need help with this one too please? I would so appreciate it, denise: x/6 + 9 =13, I think I need to mult each side by 6 but then I get lost after that. I also tried first subtracting 9 from each side. Thanks to anyone that might help:) denise

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That second method leaves you with a simpler equation: x/6 = 4. Now do the first step (multiply with 6) to get the answer!
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sweet!! Thank you both!! denise

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Welcome!
now can you find x ????
Yes, I'm going to try now:)
then show me your result please
Ok, will do let me do it now
it's 24!
absolutly right answer 100/100 you are great
I'll show you how I did it:
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yeehaw!! thank you again sooooooo much!!
thats great work well done its 100% correct method
thanks, I'm learning especially grateful to you guys here:)
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;) Ok, off to work on some more probs:)
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