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1. Don't no How do to these ones.
4(7+2z)= 15 -8z.

Can someone give me a step by step guide
2. how would i do this. Could someone give me a step by step help?

2d + d + 8 = 3d +2d -4
3. (Original post by wartortle)
how would i do this. Could someone give me a step by step help?

2d + d + 8 = 3d +2d -4
4. (Original post by 78Saab)
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Hey I know you were only trying to help, but I'm afraid posting full solutions isn't allowed in this particular section as it doesn't help the OP in working things out for themselves I've simply removed your post check out this thread if you'd like more information http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=403989
5. (Original post by wartortle)
Don't no How do to these ones.
4(7+2z)= 15 -8z.

Can someone give me a step by step guide
What do you have to do to get both z terms on the same side of the equation?
6. (Original post by wartortle)
Don't no How do to these ones.
4(7+2z)= 15 -8z.

Can someone give me a step by step guide
multiply the bracket on the left hand side then get +z to one side and a number to the other.
7. (Original post by wartortle)
how would i do this. Could someone give me a step by step help?

2d + d + 8 = 3d +2d -4
what have you done so far? simplify and get d to one side..

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