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    How would you solve these two? (simplifying)

    These two equations are on the study guide for my Algebra final exam next Thursday and I have literally no idea how to solve them (I've looked through my notes and everything, but no luck). If anyone could help me and explain how you got the answers, it would be much appreciated!

    1. 8y - 3x + 1 - 3z

    2. 4w - 5 - 7w
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew93 View Post
    1. 8y - 3x + 1 - 3z
    2. 4w - 5 - 7w
    Those are not equations. An equation has an equal sign.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilmer View Post
    Those are not equations. An equation has an equal sign.
    Sorry! Questions, rather.
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    those look like expressions, not equations.
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