// End script hiding -->
SOLUTION: How do I solve -4/5(x+2)=4 ? can you show me each step?
Algebra
->
Exponents
-> SOLUTION: How do I solve -4/5(x+2)=4 ? can you show me each step?
Log On
Ad:
Mathway
solves algebra homework problems with step-by-step help!
Algebra: Exponents and operations on exponents
Section
Solvers
Solvers
Lessons
Lessons
Answers archive
Answers
Click here to see ALL problems on Exponents
Question 79753
:
How do I solve -4/5(x+2)=4 ?
can you show me each step?
Answer by
tutor_paul(502)
(
Show Source
):
You can
put this solution on YOUR website!
You want to solve for x. That means simplifying the equation so that you can get x alone on one side of the = sign. Start by multiplying through the -4/5:
Get the x term alone on the left side:
Multiply each side by 5:
Divide each side by -4 to get x alone:
And you are done.
Good Luck,
tutor_paul@yahoo.com