Problem

$-3-0.5x+13=0.3x+6.2$

7th-9th grade

Algebra

Solution

Qanda teacher - nitinpearl

Student

how did you move the constants on both sides of the equation?

my teacher usually has us do something like this:

where we cancel out a number on one side and perform the same operation on the other (like +5x on each side)

Qanda teacher - nitinpearl

- will go left then it will become +
and + will go left it will become -
and vice versa
my dear always memorise put all constant one side and variable other side
you can use right or left
no problem
so understand what I mean
here I can't reply again and again
if satisfy then please give me feedback ☺️

Student

oh okay thanks!

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