Solving equations by adding or subtracting? k - 16= 7?

k - 16= 7

y + 12 = -10

x + 8 = -1

v + 13 = -11

p + 14 = -1

h - 9 = 12

c + 5 = 2

a - 12 = -19

q + 3 + -5

m - 10 = 4

j+11= 4

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    k - 16= 7

    k= 23

    y + 12 = -10

    y= 22

    x + 8 = -1

    x= -9

    v + 13 = -11

    v= -24

    p + 14 = -1

    p= -15

    h - 9 = 12

    h= 21

    c + 5 = 2

    c= -3

    a - 12 = -19

    a= -7

    q + 3 + -5

    q = -8

    m - 10 = 4

    m= 14

    j+11= 4

    j= -7

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    1) K=23

    2)Y=-22

    3)X=-9

    4)V=-24

    5)P=-15

    6)H=21

    7)C=-3

    8)A=7

    9)Q=-8

    10)M=14

    11)J=-7

    U switch the sighn (+or-) that's next to the variable

    (X) Then add or subtract the number on the other side. X+4=6. Then change the sighn so u subract 4 from 6 so x would equal 2 or vis versa if the sighn is negative, if its a negative # x+4=-6 subtract 4 from negative -6 but instead of being 2 you add 4 and 6 to get -10 because 4 becomes negative when you switch the sighn so it would be x=-10, if its the other way around x-4=6 you change the sighn to + and add 4 to 6 to get 10 so x=10 hope this helps

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    This should be easy..

    If it is a letter plus a number, then subtract that number from both sides.

    If it is a letter minus a number, add that number to both sides.

    for example. k-16=7.

    k-16+16=7+16.

    k=23.

    example 2. y+12=-10.

    y+12-12=-10-12.

    y=-22.

  • 9 years ago

    I'm not going to do your homework for you but just add the two numbers together and you get the first number. Example: 16+7=23. To check it just subtract 23-16=7

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  • 9 years ago

    CAKE!!!

    1. 23

    2. -22

    3. -9

    4. -24

    5. -15

    6. 21

    7. -3

    8. -7

    9. -8

    10. 14

    11. -7

    Hope I helped :)

    Best answer pleaseee :)`

    Source(s): calculus :)
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