Posted by **Amy L.** on Saturday, April 21, 2007 at 9:07am.

I need help figuring out these two questions on euations with integers.

-5x+20=-60

2x-3=-2

thank you so much

for first:

subtract 20 from both sides, simplify, then divide both sides by -5

for second:

add 3 to both sides, simplify, then divided both sides by 2

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