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@AriPotta It solving for X
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You can do this @brinethery now decise
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((x+6) (62x))/4 = 4x/4
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@brinethery pick one of the answer I suggested 0,3,3,6
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@brinethery it solveing for X
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I'm trying to show you the steps so you know how do to do this on your exam. (x+6 6+2x)/4 = 4x/4 3x/4 = 4x/4 3x = 4x So what does x=?
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What is the ONLY thing x can equal for both sides to be true?
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It equal 3 @brandonnugent right?
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@brinethery Thanks!
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I'm not trying to be a pain in the a s s, these things are going to carry through calculus when you take it.
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When you're first taking algebra, a question like this can be tricky. But just remember that trick. If that escapes you, just bring all the x's over to one side. 3x = 4x 3x  4x = 0 1(x) = 0 Obviously, x=0 :)
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