Q: How do you work out -6q 7-2 4q?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Other Math

4q + 1 = 15 4q = 16 q = 4

5p-7q

The answer to this math problem would equal to 20. This is taught in high school math.

which parts of the question (algebra) are the sameExample: 4Q + 5T + Q + 6T = ? The like terms would be: 4Q and Q and for the T's it would be 5T and 6T

7p + 2q = 46 . . . . (A) 5p + 3q = 36 . . . . (B) 3*(A): 21p + 6q = 138 2*(B): 10p + 6q = 72 Subtracting gives 11p = 66 so that p = 6 Substitute for p in (A): 7*6 + 2q = 46 or 42 + 2q = 46 which gives 2q = 4 so that q = 2 Solution: (p, q) = (6,2)

Related questions

It is: 10q-2060 when simplified.

The given expression when simplified is: 5 -2q

If 12p + 4q = 55, then p = (55 - 4q)/12

12q - 4q = 8

4q + 1 = 15 4q = 16 q = 4

2m(p - 6q)(p - 6q)

5p-7q

2m(p - 6q)(p - 6q)

16p + 6q - 3p - 8q = (16p - 3p) + (6q - 8q) = 13p -2q

Do you mean: r = (4q-5p)/9? If so then: p = (9r-4q)/-5

3 -4q = 10q + 10 3 - 10 = 10q + 4q -7 = 14q q = -1/2

The answer to this math problem would equal to 20. This is taught in high school math.