Can you show this two step equation step by step. I made it easyier so it has no negatives in it & it only has 1 variable in it & the same fraction is in the problem twice
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Separate the variable from the constants: 1/2-3=(1/2)t. Double to get rid of fractions: 1-6=t so t=-5. Substitute t in the original to check: -5/2+3=3-2 1/2=1/2, which is correct.

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