# SOLUTION: I can not figure out how you get the answer for problem's like this one. R over -3 add 6 subtract 1 =2 or a similer problem: R over -7 subtract 5 = -6

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 Question 15218: I can not figure out how you get the answer for problem's like this one. R over -3 add 6 subtract 1 =2 or a similer problem: R over -7 subtract 5 = -6 Answer by wgunther(43)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I'm guessing the problem is first thing you do is try to isolate the variable term. 6-1=5, 2-5=-3 Then you can multiple both sides by -3, because