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-15-X=-6 You have to isolate X from the other numbers. So first, add X to both sides. You will be left with -15=-6+X Now bring 6 to the other side by canceling it out. You will be left with -15-6=X Combine like terms. -9=X or X=-9 Let me know if you need more help!
cool i just got 9 to
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wait wouldnt it be 4
Again, to find X, you have to isolate and simplify! This time you would divide both sides by 4 since it's 4x. So tell me what you get
The answer wouldn't be 4, but you would divide both sides by 4.
1 -9
4 times what will give you -36?
yes, -9! Good job!
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This is kind of like the first one. First, get the 4x by itself on one side of the = sign. How would you do that?
6 is it 6
no
dont answer that
36
No it's not 6. Do it step by step. If you add 9 to both sides, you will have 4x=36 which is exactly like the second problem.
right so 4x=36, now simplify that. X=?
36
Nope 4x=36. you have to divide both sides by 4. so what is 4x/4? and after that, what is 36/4?
if im wrong its because i hate these types of problems im always wrong some how just saying
9
Coreect! x=9
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ok if you do that im gonna take off the human calculator
Okay this one is a bit more difficult. The first step is to distribute 6 into (-3-x). Do you know how to do that?
I can explain it if not.
no kinda
im not the best with these problems
It's okay, you are learning! Okay so 6(-3-x) basically means 6*-3 and 6*-x So try that, and see what you get. 6*-3=_____ 6*-x=_____
6*3= -18
Right. and 6*-x?
x
Nope, you are multiplying -x with 6.
ok -x*6 you cant do can you
x isnt a number
yes, you can! -x*6 is -6x
oh
you can still multiply the two numbers, it would just make a consonant instead of an integer.
ok
okay so now you have -18-6x-2x=14 The next step is to combine the like terms. Can you do that?
i can try so add them right
8x
Well in this problem you would be subtracting not adding, but you have the right idea.
So what would be the whole problem now after you've done that?
-18-8x
right! so -18-8x=14 Now you have to do what you did with the problems before, you have to get the number with the x on one side of the = by itself. Can you try that?
yea
Okay, tell me what you get once you've tried
-24x
no
would you add 8 to each side
im in 8th grade and this still confuses me like why
Like i should no this
Nope not quite. It would actually be easier to add 18 to each side. And it's okay! I'm a Junior in high school, and I didn't completely understand these kinds of problems until the end of 8th grade
well i dont feel bad any more
so -18+18 would cancel out. so you would have 8x=32. Now try to simplify that.
Never feel bad about thing you don't understand! Everyone learns at a different pace, and some things will come easier to you than others.
4
Right!
See you're getting the hang of it!
4=x
Yes! Good job!
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ok there
do you know this
would the anwser be 5
x=5
\(x=5\) is correct
ok
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i have 3 more
after this
then im done
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any ideas on how to start this problem ?
kinda
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That's a very good start! so, you have : \[\LARGE -\dfrac{1}{7}x+6=18\] what would be the next step ?
add -1/7x +6
Nope. you cannot combine them because they are not "like terms" you cannot add coconuts and oranges
\[\LARGE -\dfrac{1}{7}x+6=18\] your goal here is to isolate \(x\), maybe subtract \(6\) both sides so that the left hand side looks simpler
so i got -6/1/7 and 12
Good, \[\LARGE -\dfrac{1}{7}x+6=18\] subtract \(6\) both sides and get \[\LARGE -\dfrac{1}{7}x=12\]
\(x\) is still not isolated, what can be done to make it all by itself ?
so x = 12
i dont know
How can the equation \(-\dfrac{1}{7}x=12\) become the equation \(x=12\) ?
we need to follow some rules when isolating \(x\). recall that we're allowed to multiply same number to both sides of an equation, so try multiplying \(-7\) both sides
Good, \[\LARGE -\dfrac{1}{7}x+6=18\] subtract \(6\) both sides and get \[\LARGE -\dfrac{1}{7}x=12\] multiply \(-7\) both sides and get \[\LARGE x = -84\]
see if that makes sense..
yes it does
i haveone more then im done
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Suppose she has bought \(\large s\) small pots it is given that each small pot costs \(\$2.4\)
so, how much she needs to pay for \(s\) small pots ?
14-s
Nope, try again
14+s
bro this is my last question

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