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The question says that v=25. The equation says v-5. All you have to do is plug in the value of v into the equation and solve.
ohhhhhhh O_O what?
i have no clue what u just said i understand some may know this but
Since the question said that v=25, and there's a v in the problem v-5, do you think that you'd be able to put 25 in for v? Like 25-5?
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When they give you a variable like v or any other letter, and it says that it equals a number, you can remember that whatever the variable equals, plug it in for the same letter. Like this n=1 n+2 So 1+2=3
Same thing with this one. J=32, so every time you see a J, replace it with 32 and solve.
Where'd you get that from?
so wait 32+12
yep, you got it :)
Now you know that you need to plug in 6 for every a you see. But when the two numbers are side by side together, you multiply. So \(\ 4+ a \times 2\)
idk dumb it down a bit idk know what im even pluging in
a=6. So every time you see an a, put in a six instead. Now what do you have?
so its 16
Same thing with this one. Every time you see a z, put in a 5. But we have to do the parentheses first.
im sorry im not that smart but dont worry its for a good cause
So every time you see a k, put in 5. But we have to multiply first.
whats the .2 for
That means to multiply.
Again, plug in a 5 every time you see a t. Remember PEMDAS though. Multiply before you add.