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  1. sissyedgar
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    1 Factor out the common term 3 3(n+2)/3=15 2 Cancel 3 n+2=15 3 Subtract 2 from both sides n=15−2 4 Simplify 15−2 to 13 n=13

  3. sissyedgar
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    o, ok... ty!

  4. imqwerty
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    np

  5. sissyedgar
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    2 more?

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    okay :)

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    YAY!...

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    5(a - 4) - 8a = 55 a =

  9. imqwerty
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    1 Expand 5a−20−8a=55 2 Simplify 5a−20−8a to −3a−20 −3a−20=55 3 Add 20 to both sides −3a=55+20 4 Simplify 55+20 to 75 −3a=75 5 Divide both sides by −3 a=-75/3 6 Simplify -75/3 to -25 a=−25

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    mtay! last 1... The width of a rectangle is 6 in. less than its length. The perimeter is 68 in. What is the width of the rectangle? in

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    let the width be w and length be l length -6=w l=w+6 2(l+w)=68 divide both sides by 2 l+w=34 put l=w+6 w+6+w=34 2w+6=34 2w=28 w=14

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    YASS!!!!!!!!!! 100% TY TY TY TY TY TY!!!!!!! ~Hugz~

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    hehe :D

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    No Hugz bk? :(

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    @imqwerty ^_^_^_^_^

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    Qwerty!!! I gave u a hug n u never gave meh 1 bk! :( :P

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    :) *hugs back*

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    YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :P

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