Study guides

Q: How do you solve 9 equals 4a plus 13?

Write your answer...

Submit

Related questions

Solve the following equation for A : 2A/3 = 8 + 4A

-1

9a + 4a = 26 13a = 26 a = 26/13 a = 2

8a+4a=144 12a=144 12a/12=144/12 A=144

11a+9 = 4a+30 11a-4a = 30-9 7a = 21 Solution: a = 3

4a + a = 25 add 4a and a 5a = 25 then divide 25 by 5 a = 5

Add the equations: 4a + 4a - 5b + 5b = 7 + 17 ie 8a = 24 a = 3, so b = 1

4a - 9 = 27 4a = 36 a = 9

4a - 2.1 = 9a + 5.4 4a - 9a = 5.4 +2.1 -5a = 7.5 -a = 1.5 a = -1.5

It can do, for the right value of A

10

A = 6

a=5

a=-12

12a

a is equal to 1.

a= -4

5a - 10 = 4a + 8 is a linear equation in one variable.

4a + 2 = 4(6) + 2 = 24 + 2 = 26

4a-2=7a-6 4=3a a=4/3

It is 9

6a + (7b - 4a - 8b) = (6a - 4a) + (7b - 8b) = 2a - b

4a+3-a =12 4a-a = 12-3 3a = 9 a = 3

3a + 4 = 4a - 3 4 = a -3 (subtract 3a from each side) 7 = a (add 3 to both sides) a = 7

4a + 2 = Answer let a = 2 then Answer equals 4(2) + 2 = 8 + 2 = 10.