11-3m m=2

- anonymous

11-3m m=2

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- ryanwhite499

What do you think

- anonymous

subtract 11-32

- ryanwhite499

-21

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- Nnesha

i told you something

- Nnesha

it's -3 times m so ?

- anonymous

11-9

- ryanwhite499

That's easy. Wait...

- anonymous

=2

- ryanwhite499

Can'y you solve this on your own

- ryanwhite499

I mean can't

- anonymous

no it 3*2 is 6 so it will be 5

- Nnesha

put the parentheses
replace m with 2 then solve

- ryanwhite499

Is this one problem or more

- anonymous

\[11-3(2) =5\]

- anonymous

so its 5

- Nnesha

you should let him/her do some work instead solving for them
1st)explain
2nd) let them do it

- ryanwhite499

No one is listening to what I said so this is what I'm understanding about your question
Let's solve your equation step-by-step.
11−3mm=2
Step 1: Simplify both sides of the equation.
−3m2+11=2
Step 2: Subtract 11 from both sides.
−3m2+11−11=2−11
−3m2=−9
Step 3: Divide both sides by -3.
−3m2
−3
=
−9
−3
m2=3
Step 4: Take square root.
m=±√3
m=√3 or m=−√3
Answer:
m=√3 or m=−√3

- anonymous

ill try this by myself

- anonymous

a math teacher gave u that awnser

- Nnesha

and rodneylane it's -3 times m
so replace m with 2
11- 3 times 2
don't forget the parentheses

- ryanwhite499

No... Actually a math teacher taught me how to solve equations like this @Nnesha should know since he/she is smart

- anonymous

so is it 16

- Nnesha

how did you get 16 ?

- anonymous

forget it ou donot have to help me ill do this on my own

- ryanwhite499

Hey listen... I don't know if i answered what you ask for. Because no one is telling me the question your asking for

- ryanwhite499

I'm thinking your asking for more than one question

- Nnesha

\(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @rodneylane
forget it ou donot have to help me ill do this on my own
\(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\)
i'll `help` not `enable`
and yes please try it first and let us know what you get

- Nnesha

and remember when it's 2y = 2 `times` x

- anonymous

lol I am right

- Nnesha

so your question is 11-3 `times`m
now replace m with 2

- anonymous

11-6

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