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How would I be able to enter a varrible and get the actual solution for it on my TI-30X11S Calculator? Like for example, enter this into the calculator: 5(a - 12)= 8(3a 2) and get this: a = - 4? Am I able to do that? If so, how?

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How do i put the 5(a-12)=8(3a2)and get this a=-4

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