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Can someone help show me how they solve for 2(x – 4) – 12 = 2 – 3(x + 4)
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Can someone help show me how they solve for 2(x – 4) – 12 = 2 – 3(x + 4) ?
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blue_sky1Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
you have to use pemdas (2x8)  12 = 1x4
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electrokidBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
1. expand the paranthesis 2. rearrange to get all "x" terms on the left and all other terms to the right side of the "=" sign 3. simplify
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CynthiaJune94Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
2(x4) 12 = 2 3(x+4) 2x812 = 23x12 2x20 = 3x10 +20 +20 2x = 3x+10 +3x +3x 5x = 10 divide both sides by 5 x=2
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