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The question contains an expression but since there is no equality sign, there is no equation and so nothing that can be solved..

Q: What does 3(4x - 3) - 19 8x - 4 equal when solved?

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8x + 26x - 7 = 34x - 7 = (√34x)2 - (√7)2 = √34x - √7)(√34x + √7)

6x plus 3 equals 8x plus 14 when solved mathematically is equal to x = -5.5.

subtract 19 from 91. this will give you 8X equals 72. then you divide 72 by 8, and therefore X will equal to 9

8x+32 is an expession and can't be solved unless a value for x is given.

This can't be solved. You have two varibles.

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8x + 26x - 7 = 34x - 7 = (√34x)2 - (√7)2 = √34x - √7)(√34x + √7)

42x + 1 = 8x - 1Subtract 1 from each side:42x = 8x - 2Subtract 8x from each side:34x = -2Divide each side by 34:x = -2/34 = -1/17

8x-9 -2x plus 11 when solved mathematically is equal to 6x + 2.

6x plus 3 equals 8x plus 14 when solved mathematically is equal to x = -5.5.

subtract 19 from 91. this will give you 8X equals 72. then you divide 72 by 8, and therefore X will equal to 9

3x + 5x = 348x = 34x = 34/8x = 17/4 orx = 4.25

8x-36 equal = -28

8x+32 is an expession and can't be solved unless a value for x is given.

x*8 is equal to 8x.

This equation that you are asking of is a complex equation that inverse operations are needed in to solve it. First, use the inverse operation and add 8x to 6x. The 8x on the right side of the equation will cancel out. The 6x and the 8x will equal to 14x: 8x+6x+9=-19-8x+8x which now equals 14x+9= -19Secondly, eliminate the constant terms by subtracting 9 on both sides of the equation: 14x+9-9= -19-9Now the problem is 14x= -28Third step - isolate the variable and divide 14 by -28. X should now equal -2.14x/14= -28/14 which should equal x= -2You can check and see that this is accurate by multiplying -2 to each coefficient that had x as their variable: 6(-2)+9=-19-8(-2)-12+9= -19+16 which equals -3=-3

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This can't be solved. You have two varibles.