Given the equation 3x - 3 = 6x + 1, select the reasoning that correctly solves for x.
Add 3, subtract 6x, then divide by 3. Is my choice, out of:
Add 3, subtract 3x, then divide by -3.
Add 3, subtract 6x, then divide by 3.
Subtract 1, subtract 3x, then divide by 3.
Subtract 1, subtract 6x, then divide by -3.
My reasoning is:
3x - 3 = 6x + 1
3x = 6x +4
-6x -6x
-3x =4? I might be wrong, I'm iffy.

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Subtract 1, subtract 3x, then divide by 3.
I think this is it, makes more sense to me.

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