Posted by **bev** on Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 8:54pm.

1/3 (2w-6)= -10

subtract 2w from each side

1/3(2w-2w-6)= -10-2w

1/3-6 = -8w

add 6 to each side

1/3-6+6=-8w+6

1/3=-2w

bobprusly what do i do from here am i correct so far???

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