what is the value of T

Isolate T on on side of the equation

-30 =T +50

Subtract 50 from both sides

- 30 -50 = T+50 -50

this gives (-80) =T or T=(-80)

what is the value of T

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Isolate T on on side of the equation

-30 =T +50

Subtract 50 from both sides

- 30 -50 = T+50 -50

this gives (-80) =T or T=(-80)

Given the equation, -30 = T + 50 Use the Subtraction rule of inequality (the same number can be added to both sides of an equation)

-30 - 50 = T + 50 - 50

-80 = T

or

T = -80

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