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Q: How do you solve 4x plus 3 equals -3 plus 2x plus 14?

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2x+3 = -11 2x = -11-3 2x = -14 x = -7

-2x+14=20 -2x=20-14 -2x=6 -2x/-2=6/-2 x=-3

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You do 6+2x=-14 Then you do 6-6+2x=-14-6 that way u can get 2x all by itself Ok now you have 2x=-20 now Divide both sides by 2 That gives you x=-10 I hope that helps!

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