### Step by step solution of the following equation by Factorization x^2 - 9x = -8

Step by step solution of the following equation by Factorization x^2 - 9x = -8

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Step by step solution of the following equation by Factorization x^2 - 9x = -8

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So let see if I got this the expression is a negative - 3w-7/2w+4= 2w-4=-2w -2w/4=-1 Is that it?

8^4/3 So would the solution be 2^3=8?

x/2=5/x+3= 5/x=x/5=

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