anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the value of x in the equation 3(2x + 4) = −6? −3 1 12 19
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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mattyboyy
  • mattyboyy
distribute 3x2 and 3x4 and you equation should be 6x + 12 = -6
mattyboyy
  • mattyboyy
then subtract12 from each side
mattyboyy
  • mattyboyy
so the equation then would be 6x = -18

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mattyboyy
  • mattyboyy
then
mattyboyy
  • mattyboyy
divide 6 on each side
mattyboyy
  • mattyboyy
-18/6 = -3
anonymous
  • anonymous
Don't forget your signs :)
mattyboyy
  • mattyboyy
-3 is the answer
mattyboyy
  • mattyboyy
boom lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
Although you explained it, try engaging the asker a little more so he/she can understand better :)
mattyboyy
  • mattyboyy
My bad lolI haven't been on openstudy in a minute @Aureyliant

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