Geometry
posted by Terrie .
Can you just help me with this thanks
Directions: Tell which property is being used for each step I will give you an example
Example: prove that if 4x8=8 then x=0
Given: 4x8=8
Prove: 0
A. 4x8=8 Given
B. 4x0 Addition property
C. x=0 Division property
Problem I need help with:
prove that if 3x2=x8=3
Given: 3x2=x8
Prove: x=3
A. 3x2=x8 given
B. 2x2=8 ?
C. 2x=6 ?
D. x=3 Division

by the way that 3 on the second problem for the answer is 3 and on the example the 8 on the equal side is negative sorry for any confusion
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