Does that mean that now there is two (a) I have to factor one out?
I don't even know what that question means, much less how to answer it.
What level are you on?
What are you studying?
Can you solve $\displaystyle 7a-14=6+2a$ for $\displaystyle a~?$
I don't even know what that question means, much less how to answer it.
What level are you on?
What are you studying?
Can you solve $\displaystyle 7a-14=6+2a$ for $\displaystyle a~?$
I am only a beginner
Introduction to maths
a(7 - 14)(6 + 2) ???
7a - 14 = 6 + 2a
7a - 2a = 6 + 14
5a = 20
a = 4
how am I doing!
Last edited by David Green; Jul 30th 2011 at 11:23 AM.
Reason: Different idea to the solution