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Given the equation 4x – 26 = 2x – 4, which order of operations completely solves for x? Subtract 2x, then add 26, lastly divide by 2 Subtract 4x, then add 26, lastly divide by 6 Subtract 4x, then subtract 4, lastly divide by 6 Subtract 2x, then subtract 4, lastly divide by 6

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  1. freckles
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    have you tried applying the operations to both sides below to see which solves the equation above for x?

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