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First, subtract 2 from both sides, which leaves us: 6x=12 Then, divide each side by 6, which leaves us: x=2 So, the answer is: 2
\[\Large 6x = 14 -2 \] \[\Large 6x = 12 \] \[\Large x = 12 \div 6 \] \[\Large x = 2 \]
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Thanks for the medal!
No problem anytime :) i only give em to people who actually teach me the problem lol
Ha, ha - I understand! :) Glad to know I was able to teach you the problem :) Good luck!
what about this one? x/5 + 1 = 7
the x/5 is a fraction
Okay, first subtract 1 from each side, which leaves us with: (x/5)=6 Then, multiply each side by 5, which leaves us with: x=30 So, the answer is: 30
ohh thanks :) reply on the other one so i can give you the medal :)
Sorry - I'm not sure what you mean. I'm kind of new to Open Study - how do I reply on the other one?
go back to the board and i posted the promlem on another post lol
Oh, okay

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