XhawaiiangirlX
  • XhawaiiangirlX
When solving negative one over three.(x − 15) = −4, what is the correct sequence of operations? Multiply each side by -1/3 , subtract 15 from each side Multiply each side by −3, add 15 to each side Multiply each side by -1/3, add 15 to each side Multiply each side by 3, subtract 15 from each side @pooja195
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EdisonValentimLopes
  • EdisonValentimLopes
Is this the equation? \[-\frac{ 1 }{ 3 }\times (x-15) = -4\]
XhawaiiangirlX
  • XhawaiiangirlX
yes
XhawaiiangirlX
  • XhawaiiangirlX
but do you know the answer?

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EdisonValentimLopes
  • EdisonValentimLopes
Yes.... but directly? Yes..... B, but do you know WHY?
XhawaiiangirlX
  • XhawaiiangirlX
im not sure
EdisonValentimLopes
  • EdisonValentimLopes
Our goal is x = ...., ok? First, multiply each side by -3: \[(-3)\quad -\frac{ 1 }{ 3 }\times (x-15)=-4 \to (x-15)=12\]
EdisonValentimLopes
  • EdisonValentimLopes
ok?
EdisonValentimLopes
  • EdisonValentimLopes
Second, add 15 to each side:\[(+15)\quad x-15=12 \to x=27\]
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Do you understand?
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  • XhawaiiangirlX
yes
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