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Please explain this: 3x − 5 = 2x + 6 What do I do to find the answer?

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Solve for x
Oh ok i gotcha
Isolate the "x" terms by subtracting 2x from each side. Get the the numeric terms on the right by adding 5 to each side.

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Then once you add 5 to both sides as you can see on the 3x-5 side 5will give you zero and on the 2x+6 side 5 will give you 11 then you put 11 in as x on both sides and it will give you your answer.
Ahh>_< So is it 11? Because thats what I got >_<
You got it! Good job!
Thank you soo much !

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