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  1. jojo12g
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  2. anonymous
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    you would have to subtract 6 on both side so p+6=13 -6=-6 p=7

  3. anonymous
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    7

  4. anonymous
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    oh sorry I misread the question I see what it meant

  5. anonymous
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    okay so we already simifly the first equation.

  6. anonymous
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    which is how 7 but now we going to do the oppsite ways which means try to turn them postive into a neagtive and neagtive into a postive

  7. anonymous
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    So what we have to do is this P-6=-18

  8. anonymous
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    add 6 on both side

  9. Rushwr
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    |dw:1441383473113:dw|

  10. anonymous
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    p-6=-18 +6=+6 p= {-12} since it in absolute value it turns into a postive p=12 :)

  11. jojo12g
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    thanx

  12. anonymous
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    no prob ^_^

  13. anonymous
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    always here to help a damsel in distress :P

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