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Q: How can you use seven 7's to equals 43?

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You said that 4(2s - 1) = 7s + 12Eliminate parentheses: 8s - 4 = 7s + 12Add 4 to each side: 8s = 7s + 16Subtract 7s from each side: s = 16

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