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What does p = in 6 = -10 - p/5

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6 = -10 - (p/5), Add (+10) to both sides
6+10 = -10 +10 -(p/5)
16 = -(p/5), Multiply by 5 in both sides
16x5 = -(p/5)x5
80 = -p
therefore; p = -80

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fantastic
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Thank you
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thanxs so much
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No need, you are welcome :)
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I math
6=-10-(p/5) implies p=-80
6=(-10-p)/5 implies p=-40

However I'm not sure if that is what is asked since the topic is "computer software applications"

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u hadd it the first time but thnx any way
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Yeah some people don't know how to right the equation correctly so i made sure I to give you both
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This is not school

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what ever fxxx off
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wat u be doin
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Gabby u f??? off what the hell its an open question and I answered it wtf.
It ain't school like I saidddddd
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Good idea , now peoples will start to post their homework here xD

And by the way , to Disop , in Math , first equation was right , because multiplication & Division first then addition and substraction .