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7=T/-7
How on earth would I solve this?

  • algebra -

    Multiply both sides of the equation by -7.

  • algebra -- oops -

    Multiply by + 7

  • algebra -

    7x -7 = -49
    t=49?

  • algebra -

    7 * - 7 = -49

    If you go back and substitute -49 for t, you'll see that it's right.

    7 = -49/-7

  • algebra -

    =11=z/-2
    So for this one I would multiply 11 x =2?

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