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r over 2 + 6 =5

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    r/2 + 6 = 5
    r/2 = -1
    r = -2

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    r/(2 + 6) = 5

    r/8 = 5

    Multiply both sides by 8.

    r = 40

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    I wonder why anthony hasn't responded about why we posted two different answers.

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    probably confused about how it could have happened...

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