@Azureilai @BadgerOverLord @CoolKatt16 Which equation represents "the sum of eight times a number and seven is twice the number"? 8(7 + 2N) 8N = 7 + 2N 7N + 8 = 2N 8N + 7 = 2N
8N + 7 = 2N
hahah that sucks!
Why is there a"+" sign after the fraction
That's how it says for my school work
ohhh wait after the "+" it's a 3 so it would be +3=27
If the + sign holds no significance you would simply multiply the 4 on both sides leaving you with 3x = 108 and then you divide the 3x by 3 and do it to both sides both isolating the variable and receiving your answer.
So what your saying is it's: \[3x/4 + 3 = 27\]
so 3 x 108?
let me write this down.
Except for the fact that you left out the +3, so you will have to redo exactly how you did, but first you must subtract the three from both sides before anything.
idk. I'm lost and this is why I hate math lol.
which equation is that for?
explain to me why.
you first take the 2 to the other side. mutiply by 3 and then divide by 7
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7x/3 =-17 7x = -51 and then you get -51/7
89 rather. you always round up for humans
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