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12g-6=7g

How do I solve this one because I have to find g by itself

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    12g-6=7g

    Add 6 to both sides.

    12g = 6 + 7g

    Subtract 7g from both sides.

    5g = 6

    g = 6/5 = 1 1/5

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    12g-6=7g

    12g - 6 + 6 = 7g + 6

    12g = 7g + 6

    12g - 7g = 7g - 7g + 6

    5g = 6

    5g/5 = 6/5

    g = 1.2

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