Find each unknown for problem. Check your work. 3000−a=10963000−a=1096

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Find each unknown for problem. Check your work. \(3000−a=10963000−a=1096\)

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Determine the value of ¢ in the given equation.
\(3,000 — a = 1,096\) Write the equation
\(3,000—a— 3,000 = 1,096—3,000\) Subtract 3,000 from both sides
\(-a=-1904\) Simplify
\(\displaystyle-{1}\frac{{a}}{{-{{1}}}}=-\frac{{1904}}{{-{{1}}}}\) Divide both sides by —1
\(a=1904\) Simplify
Check by substituting the value of \(\alpha\) to the original equation.
\(3,000— a = 1,096\) Write the equation
\(3,000— 1,904 = 1,096\) Substitute the value of a
\(1,096 = 1,096\) The statement is true

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