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Solve the following equation. 3(y – 5) + 2 = 5 (1 point) y = 4 y = 7 y = –4 y = 6

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  1. anonymous
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    does anybody know this problem

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Here:

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  3. anonymous
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    Solve the following equation. 3(y – 5) + 2 = 5 (1 point) y = 4 y = 7 y = –4 y = 6 18. Solve the following equation. 75 = –5(–3 – 4x) (1 point) x = 3 x = –4 x = –3 x = 5 19. Solve the following equation. –2x + 4 = 2(4x – 3) – 3(–8 + 4x) (1 point) x = 7 x = 2 x = –7 x = 3

  4. anonymous
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    does anyone know these

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    18-

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  7. anonymous
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    Are you not seeing the photos? Lol

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    yes

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    Solve the following equation. u + 2 = 4

  10. anonymous
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    is the answer 2 ?

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    Yes

  12. anonymous
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    Solve the following equation. –5 = s – 3

  13. anonymous
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    Add the 3 to both sides

  14. anonymous
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    So it will be: -2=s

  15. anonymous
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    Or you could flip it around if you are used to having the variable on the right side : s=-2 It's the same thing

  16. anonymous
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    *sorry the variable on the left side

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    Solve the following equation. five over thirteen t = –9

  18. anonymous
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    Is the t only with the 13, or with the whole fraction?

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    A or b

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    a

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    A

  22. anonymous
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    Solve the following equation. 13 + w over 7 = –18

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