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Which of the following would eliminate the variable on the left side of the given equation?

36 - 19w = -6w + 41

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36 = 13w + 41

then to solve:

subtract 41 from both sides

-5 = 13w

divide by 13 on both sides

w = -.3846... or (-5/13)

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What do you think?

Perform the indicated operation and see what you get. The operation that eliminates -19w on the left is the correct answer.

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36 - 19w = -6w + 41
***+ 19w = +19 w
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36 = 13 w + 41

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