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## broweyebrit 2 years ago Solve for x: −2(x + 3) = −2(x + 1) − 4

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1. Gretacig

$-2(x+3)=-2(x+1)-4$ $-2x-6=-2x-2-4$ $-2x+2x=-2-4+6$ $0x=0$ $x \in(-\infty;+\infty)$

2. broweyebrit

what does it = ? ... @Gretacig

3. Gretacig

it means that you can take any x, it will be fit, because there is multiplication of 0.

4. broweyebrit

so it would be all real numbers ?

5. Gretacig

yes

6. broweyebrit

thanks so much! (:

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