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Homework Help: algerbra

Posted by thaddeus on Monday, October 2, 2006 at 5:59pm.

3-3r=4


Do you wish to solve for r?
Put r on one side and everything else on the other. First substract 3 from both sides.
3-3-3r = 4 - 3
combine.
-3r = 1
Multiply by -1
3r = -1
Divide both sides by 3
3r/3 = -1/3
r = -1/3

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