6th Grade Math

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8w-11=45 Please work this out for me Thanks.

  • 6th Grade Math -


    Add 11 to both sides of the equation.

    8w = 45 + 11
    8w = 56
    w = 56/8
    w = 7

    Now, let's prove that w = 7 by substituting 7 for w.

    (8 * 7) - 11 = 45
    56 - 11 = 45
    45 = 45

    Yep! It's right!

  • 6th Grade Math -

    56 divided by 9,644,600

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