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6x +2 = 9
6x = 7
x= 7/6
x= 1.1667
how did u get -1.75 ?

first plug in your answer and if the answer matches up to 9 then thats your answer

well take 1.75 and plug it in for x and what do you get

not 9. so im incorrect

4x+2(x+1)=9
4x+2-2(x+1)=9-2
itself is incorrect.
why did u subtract 2 ? and its not done properly

4x+2(x+1)=9
1st step is to simplify
2(x+1) by distributing
|dw:1389463858607:dw|

so 2x?

or 3x?

|dw:1389464033269:dw|

4x+2(x+1)=9
4x+2x+2=9
now subtract 2 from both sides.

so it was 2x? And I have to keep the +2?

4x+2x+2=9
4x+2x = 9-2
can u solve further ?
4x+2x = ???

x=7/6

yes, thats correct :)

Thank you so much! I just didn't remember the distributive property part.

you're welcome ^_^
keep practicing :)

I definitely will. :)

Okay, thank you. :)