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-14=2(h-3)

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xRainexSiderisx  Mar 7, 2017

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$$-14=\frac{2(h-3)}{5}$$

Multiply both sides of the equation by 5:

$$-14(5)=2(h-3) \\~\\ -70=2(h-3)$$

Divide both sides of the equation by 2:

$$\frac{-70}{2}=(h-3) \\~\\ -35=h-3$$

Add 3 to both side of the equation:

$$-35+3=h \\~\\ -32=h$$

hectictar  Mar 7, 2017
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#1
+4728
+11

$$-14=\frac{2(h-3)}{5}$$

Multiply both sides of the equation by 5:

$$-14(5)=2(h-3) \\~\\ -70=2(h-3)$$

Divide both sides of the equation by 2:

$$\frac{-70}{2}=(h-3) \\~\\ -35=h-3$$

Add 3 to both side of the equation:

$$-35+3=h \\~\\ -32=h$$

hectictar  Mar 7, 2017

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