# How do you solve #2= \frac { c + 8} { 2}#?

C = -4

The objective is to isolate C, assuming that you are only interested in solving for C. Here's how you can do that:

First, multiply both sides by two to obtain 4 = C+8.

- The next action is to deduct 8 from both sides, and the result is -4 = C.

- C = -4 is your response.

- To double-check your work, enter your answer (-4) for C and perform the calculation. Since -4 plus 8 divided by 2 always equals 2, we can be certain that the value of -4 we found for C is accurate.

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To solve the equation 2 = (c + 8) / 2, you can multiply both sides of the equation by 2 to eliminate the fraction. Then, solve for c.

2 * 2 = (c + 8)

4 = c + 8

Subtract 8 from both sides

4 - 8 = c

c = -4

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