# How do you solve #7.6a + 9.6 = 1.2a#?

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To solve the equation 7.6a + 9.6 = 1.2a, first, subtract 1.2a from both sides to isolate the variable: 7.6a - 1.2a + 9.6 = 0 Combine like terms: 6.4a + 9.6 = 0 Subtract 9.6 from both sides: 6.4a = -9.6 Divide both sides by 6.4: a = -1.5

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