9th grade algebra

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solve df + 10h=3 for h

  • 9th grade algebra -

    10 h = 3 - d*f
    Next, divide both sides of the equation by 10.

    Then you will have the answer.

  • 9th grade algebra -

    (x+3y=6)(-2)
    2x-7y=-1

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