How do you solve #4k-27=15k-18#? Algebra Linear Equations Two-Step Equations and Properties of Equality 1 Answer shahroz · Stefan V. Apr 12, 2018 #k = -9/11# Explanation: #4k - 27 = 15k - 18# #4k - 15k = -18 + 27# #-11k = 9# #k = -9/11# First, bring all like terms onto the same side, so bring the #x# terms onto the left and the numbers by themselves onto the right. Then simplify. Then you need to get #k# on its own on the left so you divide both sides by #-11#. Therefore, #k = -9/11# 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 534 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License