anonymous
  • anonymous
For which equation would you subtract 3, and then multiply by 9 to solve? nine times k plus three equals forty the quantity k over nine all plus three equals forty nine times k minus three equals forty the quantity k over nine all minus three equals forty
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  • jamiebookeater
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DebbieG
  • DebbieG
You subtract to "undo" addition, and you multiply to "undo" division. so with that in mind, you can think about what the operations would look like that you are trying to "undo". Are you given the answers in "word form" like that?
DebbieG
  • DebbieG
If I have: \[\dfrac{ x-7 }{3 }\] I would have to multiply by 3 FIRST, then ADD 7 to isolate the x. But if I have: \[\dfrac{ x }{3 }-7\] then I need to ADD 7 first and THEN multiply by 3.

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