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Solving linear equations?
It says I have to solve

-3k + 4 = 8k - 15 - 6k - 11


On the problem, do I combine like terms on one side first? Like the 8k and the 6k? If so do I add them or subtract them?

Can someone please show me the exact steps for doing this? Thanks

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Solving linear equations?
It says I have to solve

-3k + 4 = 8k - 15 - 6k - 11


On the problem, do I combine like terms on one side first? Like the 8k and the 6k? If so do I add them or subtract them?

Can someone please show me the exact steps for doing this? Thanks

Better to learn basic terms of Mathematics. Go ahead and play those numbers arranging them either in LHS/RHS order....
Ans - k=4.4

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Better to learn basic terms of Mathematics. Go ahead and play those numbers arranging them either in LHS/RHS order....
Ans - k=4.4

OKiee....Thanks but if you will describe the steps of solving this...it will be helpful for me...i will thankful to you !!!!!!

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This is a forum of computer geniuses, not math geniuses. There is lots of help on the web to do what you want to do.

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