Solve.
14y + 20 = 4y
A.
–2
B.
2
C.
no solution
D.
all real numbers

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OpenStudy (dmezzullo):

A.

OpenStudy (dmezzullo):

bc

OpenStudy (anonymous):

what

OpenStudy (dmezzullo):

-14y on both sides and divide -10 into 20 and get -2

OpenStudy (anonymous):

14y + 20 = 4y
14y - 4y = -20
10y = 20
y = 2
It is B

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

oh

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Find the value of x that makes the statement true.
43 = 16 + 3x
A.
–19
B.
29
C.
9
D.
39

OpenStudy (dmezzullo):

how would it be b?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

oops....10y = - 20....y = - 2

OpenStudy (anonymous):

my bad....it isn't

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OpenStudy (dmezzullo):

Its A.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

oh Find the value of x that makes the statement true.
43 = 16 + 3x
A.
–19
B.
29
C.
9
D.
39

OpenStudy (anonymous):

43 = 16 + 3x
43 - 16 = 3x
27 = 3x
9 = x
answer C

OpenStudy (dmezzullo):

-16
3 divided by 27
9= x

OpenStudy (anonymous):

thank u both

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Name the property for the given statement.
2(10 + 15) = 2(10) + 2(15)
A.
addition property of equality
B.
distributive property
C.
multiplication property of equality
D.
subtraction property of equality

OpenStudy (dmezzullo):

Not a problem(:

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Name the property for the given statement.
2(10 + 15) = 2(10) + 2(15)
A.
addition property of equality
B.
distributive property
C.
multiplication property of equality
D.
subtraction property of equality

OpenStudy (dmezzullo):

IDK

OpenStudy (anonymous):

dang.

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

distributive :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

its b

OpenStudy (anonymous):

thanx

OpenStudy (anonymous):

thats it thank u guys

OpenStudy (dmezzullo):

No peobs(:

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

you welcome :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

dmezzullo should get the medal because I got the first one wrong