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  • 5 years ago

how do you solve 3x+2=2+7x?

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    the answers's 0

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    subtract 2 on both sides and get 3x=7x+0 and then -4x=0

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    can you show me the steps

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    3x+2=2+7x turns into 2x=2-2+7x. which then equals 2x=7x-0. then subtract 7x to 2x because you got to combine the x's. so that's -4x=0. divide -4 on both side which is x=0/-4 which is 0

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