# Math

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1.8k=6k-26
2.5/8a+6=3/4a
3.1/4n+10=2/3n
4. 20-1/5d=3/10d+16

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1.
8k=6k-26
2k = -26
k = -13

2.
5/8a +6 = 6/8a
6 = 1/8a
48 = a

3.
3/12n +10 = 8/12n
10 = 5/12n
120 = 5n
24 = n

4.
20 - 2/10d = 3/10d +16
4 = 1/2d
8 = d

(I think. You should check.)

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you are right!! thanks

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