Two step equations. -0.2(w-6)=-4.  How do you work this?
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-0.2(w-6)=-4  solving for w we have:  -0.2w+1.2=-4   --->>>  -0.2w=-4-1.2   -0.2w=-5.2

w=-5.2/-0.2 = 26

check  -0.2(26-6)=-0.2(20)=-4
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