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# Show the steps to solve each equation. Then use your calculator to verify your solution

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Show the steps to solve each equation. Then use your calculator to verify your solution. a. 8 12m = 17 b. 2r + 7 = 24 c. 6 3w = 42

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Math 113 August 29th, 2018 In class notes We start with a true or false statement: The sum of any two odd counting numbers will be divisible by four. After this statement, we can test out the statement: 5+7=12 Twelve is divisible by four, so that’s true. Let’s try some others. 9+3=12 Once again twelve is divisible by four. 13+3=16 Sixteen divided by four is four so that works. 21+11=32 Thirty-two divided by four is eight. It seems to be that this statement would be true, however if you provide your own examples you may discover some of these outcomes: 3+3=6 Six is not divisible by four so this makes the statement false. 49+1=50 Fifty is not divisible by four, so once again the statement is proven wro

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