Q: What is 6k plus 13k?

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Same as subtracting 6 from 7 = K

26-7k=6k First, add 7k to get k on one side. 26-7k+7k=6k+7k 26=13k Divide both sides by 13 to get k by itself. 26/13=13k/13 2=k The answer is 2.

-6K+7K=1K or K

-6k + 7k = k

k + 6k - 13 = 177k = 30k = 30/7k = 4.2857

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The answer is 13k .

-6k+7k = 1k or normally k on its own.

Same as subtracting 6 from 7 = K

26-7k=6k First, add 7k to get k on one side. 26-7k+7k=6k+7k 26=13k Divide both sides by 13 to get k by itself. 26/13=13k/13 2=k The answer is 2.

-6K+7K=1K or K

-6k + 7k = k

1k

given: 4w+(6k-3w)+(2-k)remove parentheses: 4w+6k-3w+2-kcollect like terms: 4w-3w+6k-k+2simplify: w+5k+2

11 + 6k = 65 Subtract 11 from both sides: 6k = 65-11 6k = 54 Divide by 6 to get k: k = 54/6 k = 9

k + 6k - 13 = 177k = 30k = 30/7k = 4.2857

2k - 3l

-12k - 96