# Math

5 = 1/2 (x-6)
I keep getting 8 as my answer, but the book says it's 16?

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1. 5 = 1/2 (x-6)

5 = 1/2x - 3
8 = 1/2x
8/(1/2) = x
8 * (2) = x
16 = x

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posted by Ms. Sue

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