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  • Hey Danny, did you hear about our huge quiz were getting?
  • Hey Briana, i know it's gonna be horrible. Let's get to class!
  • How do you do Multi-step problems?
  • -4(2n+5) - 5= 4(14-5n) - 5
  • Yea come on we'll show you.
  • Well you need to follow the steps which are simple!
  • You would first need to do Distributive Property.
  • So you would need to do -4(2n-5) - 5 first which would equal -8n + 20 - 5. Next you would do 4(14-5n) - 5 which would equal 56 -20n - 5. You would go in that order because you have to go left to right.
  • Do you guys know the first step to multi-step?
  • Thanks peeps.
  • YO, you guys you the second step to a Multi-step problem.
  • No I don't. Of course I do. Who doesn't? Never mind! You need to Combine all the like terms genius. Even I know that.
  • So you would need to do 20 - 5 which is equal to 15. After that you would need to do 56 - 5 which would give you 51. So now your equation would be -8n + 15 = 51 -20n. We gotta get back to practice see ya.
  • OKAYYY! See you guys later for practice.
  • Sara be nice but she is correct. So you would need to do inverse operation. To cancel out -20n you would add the 20n. What ever you do to one side you do the other so you'd add -8n add 20n which would equal 12n. So equation would be 12n+15=51.
  • EW! NO NO
  • The third step is Move the variable on one side by the way.
  • Oh no. Um hey. You guys know the third step to a Multi-step problem?
  • Umm ok.. thanks
  • We have names dude but you need to move the constants to the side without a variable.
  • Like what he said but let me explain it to you. So would need to inverse operation again. So you would need subtract 15 to positive 15 and what ever you do to the one side you do to the other. So you would subtract 15 from 51 which would equal 36.so the the equation is 3n = 36
  • Hey my soccer friends you guys know the fourth step to Multi-step?
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