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solve 6x+10-2x=4(x +2)
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amorfide
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first of all
the left side can be simplified by adding the x terms
6x-2x+10=4x+10
4x+10=4(x+2)
now on the right hand side you want to multiply our the brackets
4(x+2)=4x+8
4x+10=4x+8
lol what? did you write the question right?
ness17
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yeah i did
ness17
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a. x=6/5
b. x=12
c. this is an identity and its true for all real numbers
d. there is no solution
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amorfide
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there is no solution as when you simplify
4x+10=4x+8
you get 0=-2
ness17
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oh ok thank you
andriod09
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@amorfide it wouldn't be -2, 10-8 is 2.
amorfide
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it doesnt matter.... i can multiply both sides by -1 and get 0=2 there is still no solutions
andriod09
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IK. I'm messing with you.
amorfide
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shhh confusing me xD
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XD