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2(2x - 4) = 3(2x - 4)

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If what u say above is true then Mathemathics is no more..cuz the basically all numbers equal 0! :D
do you have to solve for x?

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yes smokey
okay, the first step is to distribute the 2 into 2x-4 and the 3 into 2x-4 do that and tell me what you get..
4x-8 and 6x-12
correct (: so you have 4x-8=6x-12 you have to get the x's to one side so by doing that you can either add 12 to each side or add 8 to each side
which would you like to do?
really hero? i got this.
that wasnt right any way bo
anyways, i added 12 to both sides so you'll get 4x+4=6x understand so far?
^^how can he understand them if you just blow through them like that?
new question 5[12 - (6 - 3a) - 2a] = 2(1 - a)
start a new question and ill help you if you want me to
5[12 - (6 - 3a) - 2a] = 2(1 - a)
close this question and start a new one, then tag me

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