Solve for x. 2x +3 / 12 = 2x/8 .

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Solve for x. 2x +3 / 12 = 2x/8 .

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Start by amplifying both sides :)
3 / 12 2/8
What can both be simplified to?

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1/4 ...........
oops ment that
lol its ok :) anyways next step \[\huge 2x +1/4 = 1/4x\] subtract 1.4 from both sides \[\huge 2x +1/4 -1/4= 1/4x-1/4\]
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no its not
yea
ugh
*shoves life cereal down your throat*
'' gasps''
@whitsbfabulous can you solve what i had above?
\[\huge~2x+1/4−1/4=1/4x−1/4\]
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i dont know its confusing
Maybe @Nnesha can help :0
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\[\frac{ 2x+3 }{ 12 } = \frac{ 2x }{ 8 }\] or \[2x + \frac{ 3 }{ 12}=\frac{ 2x }{ 8 }\] which one is it ?
first one
alright cross multiply
|dw:1433458677770:dw| like this
what ones
|dw:1433458709380:dw| = ?
what ?? :-)
24 and 4
how did you get 4 ?
oops i saw 2 instead of 12
24 and 24
|dw:1433458898813:dw| \[\huge\rm \color{blue}{8(2x+3) }= \color{red}{2x(12)}\] that's how you should cross multiply so 2x times 2 = ?
oh
now multiply first solve right side and then you can either distribute parentheses by 8 or divide 8 both sides \[\huge\rm \color{blue}{8(2x+3) }= \color{red}{2x(12)}\] so 2x times 12 = ?
24x?
yes right \[\huge\rm 8(2x+3) = 24x\] now divide both sides by 8
24x divided by 8 = 3
i need help with the other
yes right yes right \[\huge\rm \frac{\cancel8(2x+3)}{\cancel8} =3x\] \[\large\rm 2x+3 = 3x\] what would be ur next step ?
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to isolate x you need x variable at one side of the equal sign \[\large\rm 2x+3 = 3x\] so how would you transfer 2x to the right side ? subtract add multiply or divide ?
subtract<
yes right subtract 2x both sides
so what do you get after that ?
ello ?
|dw:1433460762712:dw| = what ? @whitsbfabulous
2x-2x= ? 3x-2x= ?
idk i have to go soon can we hurry
2x -2x = ? is it same like 2-2 = ?
huh ?
(3-2)x = 3-2 = what ?
combine like terms!
|dw:1433461057336:dw|
im really confused
alright what u didn't understand if ou not gonna tell me i will not able to explain
never mind thanks for helping
are you sure ?? :-) let me know so what is 3x-2x combine like terms meaning add or subtract coefficient of same variable so subtract coefficient 3x-2x
All of it is confusing
watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TX2ZEXDeRgU just 2 mints pretty sure u will understand

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