-25=r/3-11
The first step is to combine whole numbers; add 11 to both sides
-25+11=r/3 + -11 + 11
-14=r/3
now multiply each term by 3
-14*3= (r/3)3
-42=r
r=-42
check your answer
-25= -42/3 -11
-25= -14-11
-25=-14 + -11
-25= -25 (tr...

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