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janxsgirl Group Title

Solve for x. 4 • 7 – 4 • 10 = 4(x – 10)

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  1. AnswerMyQuestions Group Title
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    x = 70

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    That was easy. :P

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    Medal?

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    WRONG

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    Click over there ---->

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    These are the answer choice: A.-13 B.-6 C. 4 D. 7

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    WTF

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    The answer is -6. Medal?

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    Incorrect. Test answer = 7

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    What?

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    \[28-40=4(x-10),\frac{ -12 }{ 4 }=x-10, calculate ~x\]

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    28 - 40 = 4 x - 40 28 = 4 x x = 7

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    x=7

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    the answer is 7 because 4*7-4*10=28-40=-12. When you minus negative ten and positive you get four and when you multiply it by -2 you get -12.

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    x=7

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