grade 9 math
posted by brooke .
Does this answer seem correct.
2k+3=4k5
2k4k+33=53
2k4k=53
2k/2k = 8/2
k=4

2k+3=4k5
Let's check it by substituting 4 for k.
(2 * 4) + 3 = (4 * 4)  5
8 + 3 = 16  5
Yep!
11 = 11
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