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Solve 6(52z)+5z=8z3(163z) . Please show all of your work.

I used to post questions like this on this homework help forum and I would always get a response that would tell me that this is a homework help forum and not a place for someone to do your homework for you. I think if you showed some of your thinking then some of the tutors on here would actually respond to your questions.
>>> To start, I would expand whats in the brackets by multiplying the number on the outside. So 6*(52z) on the left side and 3*(163z) on the right side.
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