First let me say thanks in advance for any and all help received. 3x+4=16 Thanks again, Gary
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Subtract four from both sides of the equation: Divide both sides of the equation by 3:
Originally Posted by Quacky Subtract four from both sides of the equation: Divide both sides of the equation by 3: Thanks a lot for the quick response. So to do 2x-5=3, do I add 5 to both sides? 2x-5= 3 +5 +5 2x = 8 then divide by 2 leaving the answer 4? Thanks, Gary
Originally Posted by gmhill33 Thanks a lot for the quick response. So to do 2x-5=3, do I add 5 to both sides? 2x-5= 3 +5 +5 2x = 8 then divide by 2 leaving the answer 4? Thanks, Gary Exactly, Gary. No go and practice on a bunch of 'em.
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