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7x + (2x+36) = 180
7x + 2x+36 = 180
9x+36 = 180
Yeah, NOW solve for the value of x.
Can't you solve for the value of x?
None. Don't you know how to solve for the value of x?
OK, so we have the equation: 9x + 36 = 180
In order to find x, we need to isolate x (leave x alone) and this will give you the answer.
The variable x needs to be alone, do you know how to make those numbers around x go away and go on other side of the equation?
Basic algebra isn't hard, really. You can do it.
i been out of school for 10 ten years
All you have to do is Isolate x.
If you can combine like terms, then you can do algebra.
9x + 36 = 180
Reorder the terms:
36 + 9x = 180
36 + 9x = 180
Solving for variable 'x'.
Move all terms containing x to the left, all other terms to the right.
Add '-36' to each side of the equation.
36 + -36 + 9x = 180 + -36
Combine like terms: 36 + -36 = 0
0 + 9x = 180 + -36
9x = 180 + -36
Combine like terms: 180 + -36 = 144
9x = 144
Divide each side by '9'.
x = 16
x = 16
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