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Q: Solve for the variable x - 6 - x - 4 equals 10 - x?

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t=-4

a + 4 = 10(a + 4) - 4 = 10 - 4a = 6

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Add 4 to both sides to cancel out the -4. Then m will equal 22

2x - 4 = -10 2x = -10 +4 2x = -6 x = -3

x = 20

x = 20

Nothing because x = 3

x-6-x-4=10-x-10=10-xx=20

divide 20 by 10 which equals 2 the times 2 by 2 which equals 4

8 t-8 = 4 t = 8+4 t = 12

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**** off an use a calculator

4x=-10 x=-2.5

x=10 y=4

3x+4=10 To solve: 3x+4=10 3x=6 x=2

Easy! if -a = -4 then a = 4!!

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I'm assuming you mean "G" as a variable in this problem: G + 2 = 8 + 4. Since 8 + 4 = 12, then the other side of the equation must also equal 12. 12 - 2 = 10; "G" = 10.

8p+4=6p+10 8p-6p=2p 10+4=14 2p=14 p=7

y/4 = 10/8 Multiply both sides by 4:- y = 40/8 y = 5

The answer is 4 because you multiply both 48 and 12 by the variable (and considering the variable is x) it would equal: 48=12x then you divide both ides by 12 it would equal 4=x the variable equals 4

y=x+4

The answer to the equation J times 4 times 8 times 4 equals 8. This is a math problem.

-4 plus 10 equals 6.