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# algebra 1

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(x/9)+4=-7
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plese help me solve this...
Guest Feb 5, 2012
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x divided by 9 plus 4 equals -7
-(x/9)+4=-7

you would want to subtract the 4 to the other side of the equals sign to cancel the first 4:
-(x/9) +4(-4)=-11

now you would want to multiply both sides by 9:
(x /9)*9 (cancels each other)=-11*9

-making x= -99
Guest Feb 5, 2012
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Guest:

now you would want to multiply both sides by 9:
(x/9)*9 (cancels each other)=-11*9

[not]Hi Guest, you forgot a "-" (minus) at the beginning [/not]

[not]-(x/9)+4=-7[/not]
[input](x/9)+4=-7[/input]
admin  Feb 5, 2012
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that is not a negative, so sorry about that; I use hyphens to indicate the problem.
Guest Feb 5, 2012

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