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anonymous
 one year ago
PLEASE HELP! I will show my work!
I have gotten stuck many times after trying this problem
10a+3(8+8a)=6(a4)
My work:
10a+3(8+8a)=6(a4) I distrubuted both sides.
10a+24+24a = 6a+24 then i 24 from both sides
10a+24a=6a
14a=6a
and now im stuck!
Did i do it wrong or am i missing a step?
anonymous
 one year ago
PLEASE HELP! I will show my work! I have gotten stuck many times after trying this problem 10a+3(8+8a)=6(a4) My work: 10a+3(8+8a)=6(a4) I distrubuted both sides. 10a+24+24a = 6a+24 then i 24 from both sides 10a+24a=6a 14a=6a and now im stuck! Did i do it wrong or am i missing a step?

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anonymous
 one year ago
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 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0No problem(: Do you mind becoming a fan?

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 one year ago
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