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anonymous
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first we need \(-18+4\) and also \(9-19\)
anonymous
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what do you get for those?

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anonymous
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-22 & -10?
anonymous
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first one no, second one yes
anonymous
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22?
anonymous
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\[-18-4=-22\] but \[-18+4\neq -22\]
anonymous
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now you are guessing right?
anonymous
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somewhat
anonymous
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http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=-18%2B4
anonymous
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you even get a little picture that explains why \(-18+4=-14\)
anonymous
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ooh ok
anonymous
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ok so now we are at \[-14+x=-10\] get \(x\) by itself by adding \(14\) to both sides
anonymous
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i.e. \[x=-10+14\] or if you prefer \[x=14-10\] don't guess
anonymous
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-4?
anonymous
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see these negatives are making you lose your common sense think second or third grade what is \(14-10\)?
anonymous
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you know like you got $14 and spend $10 how much do you have left etc
anonymous
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did you get 4 yet?

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