XhawaiiangirlX
  • XhawaiiangirlX
When solving negative one over three.(x − 15) = −4, what is the correct sequence of operations? Multiply each side by -1/3 negative one over three , subtract 15 from each side Multiply each side by −3, add 15 to each side Multiply each side by - 1/3 negative one over three , add 15 to each side Multiply each side by 3, subtract 15 from each side @benlindquist
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  • katieb
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cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
Multiply each side by -1/3 negative one over three , subtract 15 from each side
XhawaiiangirlX
  • XhawaiiangirlX
thx
cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
medal plz

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XhawaiiangirlX
  • XhawaiiangirlX
iT WAS WRNG
welshfella
  • welshfella
is this correct |dw:1449769744179:dw|
welshfella
  • welshfella
If so the best way would be to first multiply both sides by -3

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