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im not to good at algebra so here goes
im supposed to multiply 5.(3.2) i know im supposed to multiply both sides by 5 but be on that im not sure what to do help please?

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    I do not understand your question.
    Are you simply multiplying 5 by 3.2 ?
    That would have nothing to do with algebra.
    Where do the "both sides" come in ?

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