Algebraic math If 4( j + k) - 5 = 16 + (j + k), then j + k = ? What i'v got so far is: 4 ( j + k) - 5 = 16 + ( j + k) 4j + 4k - 5 = 16 + ( j + k) am i doing this right?

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Algebraic math If 4( j + k) - 5 = 16 + (j + k), then j + k = ? What i'v got so far is: 4 ( j + k) - 5 = 16 + ( j + k) 4j + 4k - 5 = 16 + ( j + k) am i doing this right?

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there is an option where it cannot be determined an answer choice if it matters
yes you can do it this way.
okay but what do i do/can next?

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get all the j and k on one side and get the constants on the other side. So you have to add 5 to both sides and subtract j and k from both sides
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nope thanks

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