How do you solve #T+28+T=4(T-13)#? Algebra Linear Equations Multi-Step Equations with Like Terms 1 Answer Dan Kemp Jun 15, 2017 Answer: #T = 40# Explanation: #T + 28 + T = 4 (T-13)# #T + 28 + T = 4T - 52# #T + T = 4T - 52 - 28# #T + T - 4T = - 52 - 28# #- 2T = - 52 - 28# #- 2T = -80# #T = -80 ÷ -2# #color(blue)(T = 40# Now we can put #40# in for #T# to prove our answer. #40 + 28 + 40 = 4 (40 -13)# #68 + 40 = 4 (40 -13)# #68 + 40 = 4 xx 27# #68 + 40 = 108# #108 = 108# Related questions How do you solve multi step equations by combining like terms? How do you solve multi step equation #w + w + 12 = 40#? How do you solve #3p + 4p + 37 = 79#? How do you solve for f: #f-1+2f+f-3=-4#? How do you combine like terms? How do you combine like terms for #-7mn-2mn^2-2mn + 8#? How do you combine like terms for #3x^2 + 21x + 5x + 10x^2#? What is a term? How do you solve #3v+5-7v+18=17#? How do you solve for x in #5x + 7x = 72#? See all questions in Multi-Step Equations with Like Terms Impact of this question 134 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License