LaTeX: 3.5c-6=1.7 Pre-Algebra 

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There’s only one term containing a variable, but the like terms are the constants 6 and 1.7.

In solving an equation the usual way includes gathering together like terms on to one side of the equation (or inequality). In this case, you would take the constant 6 to be added to 1.7 (add 6 to each side).

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