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Q: 6x - 8 plus 2x - 5 equals 7 - 2x?

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6x + 3 = 2x + 5 4x = 2 x=1/2

6x-8+2x-5 = 7-2x 6x+2x+2x = 7+8+5 10x = 20 x = 20/10 x = 2

6x - 3y = 6 y= 2x + 5 replace 2x + 5 for y into the first equation 6x - 3y = 6 6x - 3(2x + 5) = 6 6x - 6x - 15 = 6 0 - 15 = 6 -15 = 6 False So the system has no solution.

6x - 5 + 2x = 116x + 2x - 5 = 118x - 5 = 11Add 5 to each side:8x = 16Divide each side by 8:x = 2

x=5. 10x-4x (6x) +10-6x (=10) If 10 is 2x, x=5.

4x-15=6x-4x 4x-22.4=2x 2x=22.4 x=11.2

6x - 5 = 19 + 2xAdd 5 to each side:6x = 24 + 2xSubtract 2x from each side:4x = 24Divide each side by 4:x = 6

The value of X in the equation 2x-1-6 5 plus 6x is -3.

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4x - 5 + 2x = 376x - 5 = 376x = 37 + 56x = 42x = 42 / 6x = 7

6x + 8 = 6 6x = -2 x = -2/6 x = -1/3

2x + 5 = 7 - 4x ie 2x + 4x = 7 - 5 ie 6x = 2 x = one third.

If: 1-2x-5 = 4x+2 Then: -2x-4x = 2-1+5 And: -6x = 6 So: x = -1

It is 6x(2x+5) when factored

-6x + 5 = -4x + 19add 6x to both sides5 = 2x + 19subtract 19 from both sides-14 = 2xdivide both sides by 2-7 = x

2x+x+5+3x-6=6x-1

We're very happy with the way this question has been stated.Here's how to find the solution to the equation:6x - 5 = 2x + 9Add 5 to each side:6x = 2x + 14Subtract 2x from each side:4x = 14Divide each side by 4:x = 14/4 = 3.5

8x+5=5+6x 1. Get variables on the same side by subtracting 6x from both sides. 8x-6x+5=5+6x-6x 2x+5=5 2. Move all the constants to the side opposite of the variable side. (5 is a constant. Any value without an x.) 2x+5-5=5-5 2x=0 3. Get the x by itself by dividing both sides by 2. 2x/2=0/2 x=0 Your final answer is x=0

It is: (2x+5)(6x-5)

6x - 7 = 2x + 13Subtract 2x from each side ==> 4x - 7 = 13Add 7 to each side ==> 4x = 20Divide each side by 4 ==> x = 5

24x^3 + 72x2 + 30x = 6x*(4x^2 + 12x + 5)=6x*(2x + 1)*(2x + 5)

y=(6x-5)/3

Using the quadratic equation formula the value of x is -8 or 5

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