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Using Dis. Property to solve Equations

Use the Dis Property
Combine like terms
Solve using inverse operations

3(a-3)= 2(a+4)

Somebody please explain!

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    3 a - 9 = 2 a + 8

    3 a - 2 a = 8 + 9

    a = 17

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