anonymous
  • anonymous
Which property could be used to justify the transformation from line 2 to line 3 line 1 - 7n= - 2n + 65 line 2 -5n = 65 line 3 N=-13 Distributive property of equality Addition property of equality Multiplication property of equality Symmetric property of equality
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anonymous
  • anonymous
addition
anonymous
  • anonymous
how are you sure \
anonymous
  • anonymous
its what i would put

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anonymous
  • anonymous
what about 1 and 2
Directrix
  • Directrix
Addition is not correct. line 2 -5n = 65 Divide both sides by -5 ==> @joynecia___ line 3 N=-13 That would be Division Property of Equality
Directrix
  • Directrix
>>what about 1 and 2 line 1) - 7n= - 2n + 65 line 2) -5n = 65 What operation do you apply to -7n to get -5n that you also do to -2n + 65 to get 65?

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