9th grade algebra

posted by james

solve -5/6=2/3(3c+4)

  1. drwls

    First multiply both sides by 3/2

    -5/4 = 3c + 4

    Then subtract 4 from both sides.
    Then divide both sides by 3

    You can do this yourelf

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