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2x equals 4x-70 solve for x?

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2x = 4x - 70; it is easiest to first get rid of a 2 factor, so x = 2x - 35. subtract 2x from both sides, getting -x = -35. multiply both sides by -1, getting x = 35. Then, to check, plug the numbers back in. 2(35) = 4(35) - 70; 70 = 70.

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