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When you simplify each side of the equation 14 – 2(1 – 5n) = 4(3 + n) + 6n, you will get the equivalent equation
10n + 12 = 2n  12.
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When you simplify each side of the equation 14 – 2(1 – 5n) = 4(3 + n) + 6n, you will get the equivalent equation 10n + 12 = 2n  12. True False
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@rebecca1233 Why don't you try adding like terms?
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i got true
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