# How do you solve #-184= - 4- 10a#?

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To solve the equation -184 = -4 - 10a, first, add 4 to both sides to isolate the variable term: -184 + 4 = -4 - 4 + 10a -180 = -10a Next, divide both sides by -10 to solve for a: -180 / -10 = a a = 18

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