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Solve w + 12 = –6 – 2w. A. w = -6 B. w = 6 C. w = -18 D. w = 18
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User: Solve w + 12 = –6 – 2w. A. w = -6 B. w = 6 C. w = -18 D. w = 18

Weegy: 5[2w3] = 180
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w + 12 = –6 – 2w
w + 2w = - 6 - 12
3w = -18
w = -6
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