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An equation is shown below: (4x - 1) + (2x + 2) = 1 Which statement shows a correct next step in solving the equation? (1 point) Question 18 options: 1) The equation can become 6x + 1 = 1 by combining like terms. 2) The equation can become 3x + 4x = 1 by solving the terms in the brackets. 3) The equation can become 3x + 4x = 1 by applying the associative property of multiplication. 4) The equation can become 6x + 1 = 1 by applying the distributive property.
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anonymous
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(4x - 1) + (2x + 2) = 1 4x - 1 + 2x + 2 = 1 add
anonymous
  • anonymous
6x +1 = 1
anonymous
  • anonymous
The equation can become 6x + 1 = 1 by applying the distributive property.

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anonymous
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or The equation can become 6x + 1 = 1 by combining like terms.
anonymous
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1 or 4
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right?
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what you think
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can you help
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1
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no 4
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