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  1. Cookie_2046
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  2. Cookie_2046
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    a is wrong

  3. anonymous
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    easy: plug in and solve

  4. Cookie_2046
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    b?

  5. Cookie_2046
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    is it b

  6. anonymous
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    Use the order of operations: Parenthesis Exponets Multiplication Division Addition Subtraction

  7. anonymous
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    ah the good old PEMDAS

  8. anonymous
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    Plug in what the variable x equals. Since X equals 3, every x will become 3

  9. anonymous
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    Same for the variable that equals 2.

  10. anonymous
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    Then, If the problem does not match the answer to the variable, it is not a true statement

  11. Cookie_2046
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    i got the answer is it b am i correct

  12. anonymous
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    It is B.

  13. anonymous
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    example: if you had x+3y=0 and you should plug in 2 for y then it would become x+3(2)=0 THIS IS AN EXAMPLE

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