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It depends what 6(p - 4) - 30p is supposed to equal.

Substituting p = -1, gives:

6((-1) - 4) - 30(-1)

= 6×-5 - 30×-1

= -30 + 30

= 0

Only if 6(p - 4) - 30p = 0 is p = -1 a solution.

Otherwise it is not a solution.

Q: Is p -1 a solution to the equation 6(p and ndash 4) -30p?

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If your question is about 6p = 108, then here's how you do it. # Divide both sides by 6, so the variable p is by itself. 6p/6 = p, and 108/6 = 18 So, in the above equation, p = 18.

-6p -5 = -9 +8p Add 6p to both sides: -5 = -9 + 14p Add 9 to both sides: +4 = 14p Divide both sides by 14: p =4/14 = 2/7 or 0.2857.. Are you sure that the second term in the equation was -5 and not +5 (as seems more likely)?

4p+3 = -6p-5 4p+6p = -5-3 10p = -8 p = -0.8 Substituting the value of p into the original equation gives you: -1/5 = -1/5

6p divide by 3p = 2

algebra8p +4 = 10 +6p+8p - 6p = +10 - 42p = 6p = 3

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That IS the equation. You may want to write with the equal sign: 6p = 24

6p=3q

If your question is about 6p = 108, then here's how you do it. # Divide both sides by 6, so the variable p is by itself. 6p/6 = p, and 108/6 = 18 So, in the above equation, p = 18.

-6p -5 = -9 +8p Add 6p to both sides: -5 = -9 + 14p Add 9 to both sides: +4 = 14p Divide both sides by 14: p =4/14 = 2/7 or 0.2857.. Are you sure that the second term in the equation was -5 and not +5 (as seems more likely)?

4p+3 = -6p-5 4p+6p = -5-3 10p = -8 p = -0.8 Substituting the value of p into the original equation gives you: -1/5 = -1/5

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6p divide by 3p = 2

3p + 6p = (3 + 6)p = 9p

algebra8p +4 = 10 +6p+8p - 6p = +10 - 42p = 6p = 3

Factor x2 plus 12xp plus 36p2 is (x+6p)(x+6p).

None because without an equality sign it is not an equation but it can be simplified to 3p^2 +6p

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