Pre- Algebra

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-1/7g + 5/6g=9

You just solve for g...

  • Pre- Algebra -

    I am going to assume that you mean:

    (-1/7) g + (5/6) g = 9

    (-6/42) g + (35/42) g = 9
    (29/42)g = 9
    29 g = 9*42
    g = 9*42/29

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