Q: 4 plus 2x- -2x plus 1 equals 13 plus 6?

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The answer to 1 over 2x plus 13 equals 9 is x equals -8.

2x + 1 = 13; 2x = 12; x = 6

2x plus 3y

4+2x-2x+1=13+6 Combine like terms. (4+1=5; 2x-2x=0; 13+6=19) 5=19 This problem has no solution.

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x=1

x = 0

3x+1+2x-2 = 64 3x+2x = 64-1+2 5x = 65 x = 13

-2x plus 3y equals 1

NM equals 2x + 1, as stated in the question!

Y = 2x + 1

x=5.54x+1= 2x+12-1 -14x=2x+11-2x -2x2x=11/2 /2x=5.5

y = 2x -1 y = 5x -13 So: 5x -13 = 2x -1 5x -2x = 13 -1 3x = 12 x = 4 and by substituting y = 7

x = 8, y = -1

(-1, 3)

X=44.5

no x would be 0.5 because two times 0.5 is 1 ( 2x ) and then add 7 equals 8 ( plus seven equals 8 )

The slope of the line of 2x plus 2y equals 7 is (7/2x - 1).

6y

x equals 4

(1, 1)

No they are parallel.

If you meant 2x+3=4x²x=(1±√(13))/4x1≈1.151387818866x2≈-0.651387818866

They are parallel.

(2x + 1)(2x + 1) or (2x + 1)2 so x = -0.5