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can anyone help me solve 33+15w=3w-w+4w? If you can please write it out.

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amimegustalostacos

First you have to add and subtract everything on both sides that have common terms. [latex]33+15w=3w-w+4w[/latex] then becomes  [latex]33+15w=6w[/latex] Then you subtract 15w from each side and get  [latex]33=-9w[/latex] Divide each side by -9 and get  [latex] \frac{-33}{9}=x [/latex] which we can simplify by 3 [latex] \frac{-11}{3} =x[/latex]

kyraxoxox

33+15w=3w-w+4w 33+15w=2w+4w 33+15w=6w 33= -15w+6w 33= -9w same as 9w = -33 w= -33/9 W=  3 6/9 W= 3 2/3

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