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4x -8=2(2x-3)

distribute the equation first of all

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I'm actually doing the same exact problems as you are right now in algebra

8 and 5? I have no idea.. BRAIN FART

I can show you what I got. I worked it out on paper but I'm not sure if it's correct

Please due. Im kind of lost..

x=-6?

I don't think that's correct..

its multiple choice in my book, thats not an option.

I wasn't trying to be rude.. I'm a junior too. Also in college

Notice how the 4x terms cancel
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So was I right with the x=-6?

4x -8=2(2x-3)
4x - 8 = 4x-6
4x = 4x + 2
no possible solution

and by "the 4x terms cancel" I mean, subtract 4x from both sides
4x-4x = 0x = 0 which goes away

Oh!! Its a.. let me think.. lol I forgot what its called..

you might be searching for the term "inconsistent"

inconsistent equations have no solutions

Contradiction!

is an equation with no solution.

there you go

Contradiction works too