10th grade

posted by jj

BC=3x+2 and CD= 5x-10. Solve for x.

  1. Jen

    Does BC=CD? If so,

  2. Cindy

    if BC=DC then you would do


    then you do algebra by adding 10 to both sides like this
    +10 +10 the 10s cancel out

    then you subtract 3x from both sides like soo

    -3x -3x 3Xs cancel out
    12=2x then you divide 2 from both sides
    /2 /2

    answer: 6=X

Respond to this Question

First Name

Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. 10th grade

    solve (2x+3) exponet2over3=3
  2. 10th grade

    -8(-3-4 v)+5(5v+2)=-80 solve for v
  3. 10th grade algebra

    solve the equation 2a=3a+4c for a
  4. 10th grade algebra

    2b/4+b/3=10 solve for b.
  5. 10th grade algebra

    solve for n. |3n+5|=7
  6. 10th grade algebra

    solve for x. |x+9|=17
  7. 10th grade algebra

    2b/4 + b/3 = 10 solve for b.
  8. 10th grade math

    how do i solve for y in the equation -5y(6y - 6) - y = -4(y - 5)
  9. 10th Grade Chemistry

    I struggle in the sciences and was wondering what I could do over the summer self studying wise to prepare for 10th grade chem?
  10. algebra 10th grade

    Solve for x? 0 = -9/5 x -9

More Similar Questions