PreAlgebra
posted by Kemmaris .
HOW DO I DO THIS 5x+(20)=60 22x=8
I can only assume this is two different questions.
On the first, add 20 to both sides. Then, divide both sides by 5
On the second, subtract two from each side, then, divide both sides by 2
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