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Simplify by combining like terms. x+6+2= x+8+14= Please explain answers if you can!

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    x + 8 x + 22

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    Thank you so much! :D

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    So what about x+x+9+2=?

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    2x + 11

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    Ohh I see! Thank you so much! :)

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    the question is incomplete

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    One more, 10x+2x-7x-10-8+13+

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    19x - 5

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    How did you get that answer?

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    5(x+1)

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    @Compassionate u r wrong

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    Add like terms. Add the terms that are ALIKE. x + x + 2 + 3 for example. The X's are both like terms. The 2 and 3 are also like terms y + y + x + x for example. The y's cannot be added to the x's, but they can be added to the y's to get 2y.

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    @sambhav__jain , No, I am not.

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    10x+2x-7x-10-8+13+ We're simplifying. so we get 5x - 5. You factored.

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    it is given 10x+2x-7x so it is 5x -10-8+13=-5

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    so u dont get 19x -5

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