Algebra

Jesse Played two days of golf. On the second day, he got a score of six bellow par, or -6. His total score for the two days was o above par, or 0. Define a variable. Then write and solve an equation to find the score Jesse got on the first day. Show your work!

Do you think you could show the work Ms. Sue? Its ok if no, I just don't understand how you got that and also what's the variable?

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  1. This was the equation I posted for you.

    n + -6 = 0

    n = the first day's score

    n + -6 = 0

    Add 6 to both sides.

    n = 6

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    Ms. Sue
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  4. yeeees thanks ms. sue

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  5. i just wanted to check my work.

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  6. you helped none

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  7. all we want is the dam answers

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  8. OOIIII DONT BE RUDE TO MISS SUE SHE IS AMAZING

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  9. What are the answers to the first part?

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  10. mrs sue is dead man

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