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Guest Apr 26, 2017

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$$-6 = -\frac1{w+5}$$

Multiply both sides of the equation by (w + 5) .

-6(w + 5) = -1

Divide both sides of the equation by -6 .

w + 5 = 1/6

Subtract 5 from both sides of the equation.

w = 1/6 - 5

Get a common denominator and combine the fractions.

w = 1/6 - 30/6 = -29/6

hectictar  Apr 26, 2017
#1
+7089
+3

$$-6 = -\frac1{w+5}$$

Multiply both sides of the equation by (w + 5) .

-6(w + 5) = -1

Divide both sides of the equation by -6 .

w + 5 = 1/6

Subtract 5 from both sides of the equation.

w = 1/6 - 5

Get a common denominator and combine the fractions.

w = 1/6 - 30/6 = -29/6

hectictar  Apr 26, 2017