# SOLUTION: How would you solve the following problems: 3(-2-3x)=-9x-4 5/2t-t=3/2t+3

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Systems-of-equations Question 10480: How would you solve the following problems: 3(-2-3x)=-9x-4 5/2t-t=3/2t+3Answer by WannabeCAgirl83(35)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!3(-2-3x) = -9x-4 → get rid of the ( ) by multiplying 3 with -2 and -3x -6-9x = -9x-4 | +6 on both sides -9x = -9x+2 → You can't bring the x term on either side of the equation because if you added +9x the term would disapper on both sides as -9x +9x = 0 This is unsolvable, I think. 5/2t-t = 3/2t+3 | ∙ 2t on both sides 5-2tē = 3+3 | -5 on both sides -2tē = 1 | : -2 tē = -0.5 | square root t1 = 0.707106781 ^ t2 = -0.707106781