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Could you please explain how to do 3/2(z+5)-1/4(z+24)=0, step-by-step? Thank you!!!

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    3/2(z+5)-1/4(z+24)=0
    multiply each term by 4 to clear the fractions
    6(z+5) - (z+24) = 0
    6z + 30 - z - 24 = 0
    5z = -6
    z = -6/5

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