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Topic: What strategies can be used to solve an equation algebraically?
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Johnathon Vasuthevan

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What strategies can be used to solve an equation algebraically?
Posted: Dec 3, 2010 7:49 PM
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Anyone know some strategies? I really don't understand this math question. Please explain well and use these as examples..

5x - 12 = 4 - 3x and 3/4x + 10= 7



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