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5(2x-1) =4(x+3) solve the equation

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  1. zordoloom Group Title
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    Start by distributing both right side and left side.

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  2. rahul91 Group Title
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    10x-5 = 4x+12 6x=17

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    thats it

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    @rahul91 pretty much gave you the correct answer.

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    we should not just give answers...

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    THNK U!! SO I DO DISTRIBUTIVE PROPERTY AND THEN I SUBRACT 4 ON BOTH SIDES?

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    |dw:1350155690386:dw|

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    IT'S NO SOLUTION THEN?

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  9. rahul91 Group Title
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    1st apply distributive property we get 10x-5=4x+12 group x terms to one side, when we take a number to otherside of equation (= sign ) change the sign of the number ie; 10x-4x=12+5 6x=17

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    yeah but u have to simplify it right? so x= 17/6

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    Yep. Exactly

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  12. rahul91 Group Title
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    yes x= 17/6 ...atlast

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    x is not unknown anymore :D

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    so u leave it as a fraction right? ahaha

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  15. rahul91 Group Title
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    yep!

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    yayy thnk u so muchh!! :P

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    wooohooo i got a medalll xD i feel special ahha jkjk

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    :)

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    wait i forgeot to put a negative 4 so it's like 5(2x-1)=-4(x+3) would that equal to x= -2??

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  20. zordoloom Group Title
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    no, x=-1/2

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    thnks u c:

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