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SOMEONE HELP 8th GRADE PRE-ALGEBRA

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  1. SnuggieLad Group Title
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    Sam, lets not condone cheating.

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    if u want to learn or cheat, mathway.com

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    lol

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    Class, this is one point where I can tell you cheating is pointless even if it is easier. What is your question?

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    nah

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    m+1 1/3=5

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    Are you missing a sign?

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  8. SnuggieLad Group Title
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    Double check and be sure buddy it seems like you are. That or you subtract 1 1/3 from both sides. Use the Equation tab below below the reply box.

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    no its 1 and 1 3rd

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    \[m+1 1/3=5\]

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    You want to find the value of m?

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    @calculusxy yes

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    Subtract 1 and 1 third from both sides.

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    its about solving systems of equations

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    5-1 1/3=?

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    8th grade math

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    \[5-1\frac{ 1 }{ 3 }=3.67\]

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    @classof2018 Is there an option of -9.34?

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    The goal is to isolate the variable on one side. When you move one number over the equal sign you ALWAYS change the sign. For example if you move a +3 to the other side of the equal sign you make it a -3 which means subtract and if you move a -3 to the other side of the equal sign you make it a +3

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    gtg

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    lol classof2018 nty lmfao

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  22. SnuggieLad Group Title
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    Calc, It is m + 1 and 1/3=5

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    or better written \[m+1\frac{ 1 }{ 3 }=5\]

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    i would make 1 1/3 into decimal 1 1/3=1.33 Then it would be m+1.33=5 FInaly, 5-1.33=3.67 m=3.67

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