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what is the solution to -55 + q = 7
a -62
b -42
c -42
d -62
I need help I cannot figure this one out does anymore have all the answers I would like to check my answers off someone :)

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  1. You're not going to get any smarter in math if you copy answers from others.

    -55 + q = 7

    Add 55 to both sides of the equation.

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