How do you solve #9s =  11s + 8#?
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To solve the equation (9s = 11s + 8), follow these steps:

Add (11s) to both sides to isolate (s): (9s + 11s = 8) (2s = 8)

Divide both sides by (2) to solve for (s): (s = \frac{8}{2}) (s = 4)
Therefore, the solution to the equation is (s = 4).
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