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a

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u take $30 minus $24. the answer/original($30)

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Ithink it is15not sure tho

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51840000 cm 2

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what are you doing do you need examples of variable questions?

step-by-step explanation:

5a-1=9 bring the one over the =

5a=10 divide by your variable

a=2

brainliest? ?

here try this one

3a-24=0

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