3(2y+6) - 4(y-2) = 20
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We are given to solve:
Distribute the coefficients in front of the parentheses:
Now collect like terms on the left. Can you finish?
is this right
thanks for your help
6y + 18 - 4y + 8 = 20
-6y + 18 -6y +8 = 20
18 -10y + 8= 20
-18 - 10y -18 = 20
-10y-10 = 20
No. We have:
Group like terms together:
Now combine the like terms:
All terms are divisible by 2, so divide every term by 2:
Subtract 13 from both sides:
oh ok I see what your doing and what I am doing wrong Thank you so so much I really appreciate your help Thanks again
Please look up into your work steps. i found that the symbol of -/+ was changed without any movement across the equal (=).
6y + 18 - 4y + 8 = 20 -6y + 18 -6y +8 = 20
ok thank you
Hi Is this right....wow I am having so much trouble here, but thanks so much!!!!
i hope you understand every steps...
1. why 2y+26=20 need to be divided by 2
2. how y+13=10 become y=-3
Thank you yes I do understand this problem I hope I can continue thanks again
this is what I think......thanks
2 divided by 2y=y
2divided by 26=13
2 divided 20=10
I would state:
2y divided by 2 is y
26 divided by 2 is 13
20 divided by 2 is 10
This is because when you say x divided by y, this means x/y.
right thanks soooooooooo much!!!!
why don't you practice to solve below question.
3(3y+2) - 6(y-1) = 30
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