# How do you solve #14-2z = 16#?

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To solve the equation 14 - 2z = 16, you first need to isolate the variable z. Start by subtracting 14 from both sides of the equation to get rid of the constant term on the left side. This leaves you with -2z = 2. Next, divide both sides of the equation by -2 to solve for z. So, z = -1.

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