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# What thee methods did both sides use to raise money for the war?

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Different types of equations require different methods. But a
general method, that works in many cases, is to manipulate the
equation by adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing both sides
of the equation by the same number or expression. The general aim
should be to put the variable on one side, and the numbers on the
other side.
Example:
2z + 3 = 11
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Different types of equations require different methods. But a
general method, that works in many cases, is to manipulate the
equation by adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing both sides
of the equation by the same number or expression. The general aim
should be to put the variable on one side, and the numbers on the
other side.
Example:
2z + 3 = 11
To get rid of the 3, subtract 3 from both sides:
2z = 8
To get rid of the 2, divide both sides by 2:
z = 4
Different types of equations require different methods. But a
general method, that works in many cases, is to manipulate the
equation by adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing both sides
of the equation by the same number or expression. The general aim
should be to put the variable on one side, and the numbers on the
other side.
Example:
2z + 3 = 11
To get rid of the 3, subtract 3 from both sides:
2z = 8
To get rid of the 2, divide both sides by 2:
z = 4
Different types of equations require different methods. But a
general method, that works in many cases, is to manipulate the
equation by adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing both sides
of the equation by the same number or expression. The general aim
should be to put the variable on one side, and the numbers on the
other side.
Example:
2z + 3 = 11
To get rid of the 3, subtract 3 from both sides:
2z = 8
To get rid of the 2, divide both sides by 2:
z = 4

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Direct ancestors follow (are in) your direct line. From you,
your direct ancestors would be your:
parents
grandparents, on both sides
great-grandparents, on both sides
great-great-grandparents, on both sides
great-great-great-grandparents, on both sides
etc.
"On both sides" means your father's side and your mother's side
of the family.