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Q: Can you solve for b in the equation 12 equals negative 4 over 2 plus b?

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cross multiply you lazy bumAnother AnswerSet up the equation and solve: x/1.2 = -7 (next divide both sides of the equation by 1.2 to solve for x)x = -5.8333

-3/10x = -9Multiply each side by 10x:-3 = -90xDivide each side by -90:x = -3/-90 = 1/30

(4/9) x = That's not an equation. If there were a number after the 'equals' sign, then we could calculate the value of 'x'. But as it is, there's no question there, so there's nothing to solve.

12 = -4/2 * -2 + b 12 = -2 * -2 + b 12 = 4 + b 8 = b

This is an inequality equation in the form of: ii < xxii/viii which is the same as 2 < 22/8

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x/7 = 2 Multiply both sides by '7' 7x/7 = 7 x 2 = 14 On LHS cancel down '7' Hence x = 14

x equals 4 over 35

cross multiply you lazy bumAnother AnswerSet up the equation and solve: x/1.2 = -7 (next divide both sides of the equation by 1.2 to solve for x)x = -5.8333

Your question is not very clear. Are you asking: solve for x where negative 4 over x equals negative 20. x equals 1/5 (one fifth)

-3/10x = -9Multiply each side by 10x:-3 = -90xDivide each side by -90:x = -3/-90 = 1/30

(4/9) x = That's not an equation. If there were a number after the 'equals' sign, then we could calculate the value of 'x'. But as it is, there's no question there, so there's nothing to solve.

It is not possible to answer the question. An equation or inequality can be solved. However, the question contains no equation nor inequality but only an expression.

An equation where q = 240

5x/6 = -9/6Multiply both sides of the equation by 6:5x = -9Divide both sides by 5:x = -9/5

12 = -4/7 * -2 + b 12 = 8/7 + b 10 6/7 = b

you multiply the entire "x over -5" by negative five to cancel it out, as well as multiplying the other side of the equation (5) by negative five. your answer should be x= -25-5( x/-5 ) = ( 5) -5x = -25

3/2(1-5)=-6 3/2(-4)=-6 3/-8=-6 Not equal. This equation is a false equation. Unless a variable was meant to be in the equation, this equation is not equal.

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