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Updated 284 days ago|4/22/2014 8:33:45 PM
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3 = b + 3
b = 3 - 3
b = 0
The solution for the equation 3 = b + 3 is b = 0.
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What is the solution of the equation? 16 = –d + 6 A. 10 B. –10 C. –9 D. –15
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Updated 1/4/2013 4:10:01 PM
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16 = –d + 6
d = 6 - 16
d = -10
The solution for the equation 16 = –d + 6 is -10.
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16 = –d + 6
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16 = –d + 6
d = 6 - 16
d = -10
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b+6/5=10
b = 10 - 6/5
b = 44/5 or 8 4/5
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