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How do you solve 5+2c/4=14

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    Multiply both sides by 4, then combine like terms. Then divide both sides by 2.

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    I was told to multiply both sides by 4, then combine like terms. Then divide both sides by 2 for 5+2c/4=14, but I am still confused can someone show me how this is done? I am bad with fractions.

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    5+2c/4=14

    Multiply both sides by 4

    5 + 2c = 56

    then combine like terms

    2c + 5 - 5 = 56 - 5

    2c = 51

    Then divide both sides by 2.

    c = 51/2

    c = 25.5

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    I(220-a-r)+r I=.5 a=45 r=85

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