Mathematics, 12.11.2019 07:31, s913823

# Which of the following would you add to each side of the equation *-13=22-17 to get the variable by itself?

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Mathematics, 09.07.2019 02:00, hrijaymadathil

What would be the best first step in solving 0.05x + 0.01 = 0.025? explain. a. divide each side of the equation by 0.05. this will remove the coefficient from the variable term. b. multiply each side by 1000. this will remove the decimals and make the equation easier to work with. c. subtract 0.01 from each side. this gets the variable term on one side of the equation. d. none of the above.

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Mathematics, 27.08.2019 09:30, sulemmaa

Plz ! 20 1) write a real world problem that can be modeled by the equation: 1.25x = 0.75x + 50 2) write an equation with the solution x=20. the equation should have the variable on both sides, a fractional coefficient on the left side, and a fraction anywhere on the right side. 3) write an equation with the solution x=25. the equation should have the variable on both sides, a decimal coefficient on the left side, and a decimal anywhere on the right side. one of the decimals should be written in tenths, the other in hundredths.

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Mathematics, 23.10.2019 00:00, jacks0292

when solving a multi-step equation, which number do you "undo" first? a the number on the opposite side of the equals side from the variable b the number furthest from the variable (but on the same side of the equals sign) c order doesn't matter - choose which one you want to do first d the number touching the variable

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Mathematics, 01.11.2019 02:31, tdyson3p6xvtu

When solving a multi-step equation, which number do you "undo" first? the number on the opposite side of the equals side from the variable the number touching the variable order doesn't matter - you can choose which one to do first the number furthest from the variable (but on the same side as the equals sign)

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