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Solve: 8x − 2(x + 1) = 7x + 8 6 −6 10 −10

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x=-10

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i got positive 10..
should be -10
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8x-2 (x+1)=7x+8 then you use the distributive property of equality. 8x-2x-2=7x+8 then simplify 6x-2= 7x+8 then use the add property of equality -2=x+8 then use the subtrct. property of eq. -10=x and the reflexive property x=-10 TAH DAH
ok thanks -.-

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