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I've tried and tried and just can't do it. Please help solve this problem.

16-2(8w-7)=3w-18(2-w)

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    16-2(8w-7)=3w-18(2-w)

    16 - 16w + 14 = 3w - 36 + 18w

    Combine like terms and solve for w.

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