# math algebra 1a&1b

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i keep gettin a decimal or a zero on this problem

-3(3x+15)-(10+X)=35

• math algebra 1a&1b -

-3(3x+15)-(10+X)=35

-9x -45 -10 - x = 35
-10x = 35 + 55
x = 90/-10
x = -9

• math algebra 1a&1b -

-3(3x+15)-(10+X)=35
-9x - 45 - 10 - x = 35
-10x - 55 = 35
-10x = 90
x = -9

• math algebra 1a&1b -

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