Hey thanks for all your quick help guys. Im studying for the accuplacer and its been a while since ive done this sort of math. Thanks for the help I have another question.

If 5t+2=6 then t=

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- Dec 6th 2012, 01:54 PMsomeguy123solve for t
Hey thanks for all your quick help guys. Im studying for the accuplacer and its been a while since ive done this sort of math. Thanks for the help I have another question.

If 5t+2=6 then t= - Dec 6th 2012, 01:58 PMMarkFLRe: solve for t
First, subtract 2 from both sides, then divide both sides by 5. What do you find?

- Dec 6th 2012, 02:13 PMsomeguy123Re: solve for t
.6??

- Dec 6th 2012, 02:28 PMtopsquarkRe: solve for t
- Jan 2nd 2013, 07:50 AMpattyhernandezcalderaRe: solve for t
I have the same question as above: If 5t + 2=6, then t=?

Please be patient with me as I have been away from school for 12+ years, but I'm more than willing to give it a try.

Now, my answers I have here are:

A. 8 -----> this is not correct because according to my calculations, I get 42, which is not equal to 6.

B. 5/4

C. 4/5

D. -8 ------> this is not correct because I get -38, which is not equal to 6 either.

My problem is that I don't remember how to work fractions into this math question. Can I get some help please?

You said above to subtract two from both sides...so my equation now looks like this:

5t + 2=6 ....so subtract 2 and I get:

5t = 4 and then divide it by 5. So now I get...

t=4/5.

Oh, nevermind! I think I got it. Thank you!!