How do you solve #4=(5z+2)/3#? Algebra Linear Equations Two-Step Equations and Properties of Equality 1 Answer Kayla Jul 17, 2016 #color(green)(z = 2")# Explanation: #color(indigo)("Multiply 3 on both sides to get rid of the denominator:")# #4xx3=(5z+2)/cancel3##xxcancel3# #color(hotpink)("Subtract 2 on both sides to get the constant by itself:")# #12 = 5z+2# #-2 color(white)(aaaa) -2# #10=5z# #color(green)("Divide both sides by 5 to find z:")# #10/5=(cancel5z)/cancel5# #2=z# Answer link Related questions How do you solve two step equations? How do you check solutions to two step equations? What is an example of a two step equation with no solution? How do I check to see if the solution is 1 for the equation #2x+1=3#? Is there more than one way to solve a 2 step equation? How do you solve #-m+3=3#? How do you solve #-5y-9=74#? How do you solve #5q - 7 = \frac{2}{3}#? How do you solve #0.1y + 11 =0#? How do you solve #\frac{5q-7}{12} = \frac{2}{3}#? See all questions in Two-Step Equations and Properties of Equality Impact of this question 1209 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License