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. Let a, b, and c be natural numbers, and Provethat (a) a divides b(b) (c) if then(d) if

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. Let a, b, and c be natural numbers, and Provethat (a) a divides b(b) (c) if then(d) if c divides a and c divides b, then(e) for every natural number n, (f)

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MATH121 Chapter 2 Notes LESSON 2.1 – Linear Equations in One Variable Example 1. 6(5x - 5) = -31(3 - x) (Multiply 6 and 5x, and 6 and -5) (Multiply -31 and 3, and -31 and –x) 30x - 30 = -93 + 31x (Get similar values on same sides) -x = -63 (Divide by -1 to get x by itself) x = 63 (One Solution!) Example 2. 3.4x + 5 = 4.4x (Subtract 3.4x from 4.4x to get the similar values on the same side) 5 = x (One solution!) Example 3. (2z - 9)/5 – (1/10) = (-13z + 12)/10 (Since each is a fraction, you can easily see the similar denomina

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Textbook: A Transition to Advanced Mathematics
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Author: Douglas Smith, Maurice Eggen, Richard St. Andre
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. Let a, b, and c be natural numbers, and Provethat (a) a divides b(b) (c) if then(d) if