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Q: What is the value of x in the equation -12x equals 72?

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-12x = 72 Divde both sides by -12 to find the value of x: x = -6

x = -6

We'll go ahead and find the answer, even though we're not completely convincedthat you know what the question is.-12x = 72Divide each side of the equation by -12:x = -6

2x - 3y = -1 Eq.1y = -4x + 24 Eq.2Put the value of Eq.2 on Eq.22x - 3(-4x + 24 ) = -12x + 12x -72 = -114x -72 = -114x = 72-114x = 71x= 71/14 .............. X = 5.07

Without an equality sign it is not a straight line equation but if you mean 9y-12x-72 = 0 then y = 4/3x+8

72

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

12x-14w+103y+72+16-56+0-65+2w+0 original = 12x-14w+2w+103y+72+16-56+0-65+0 group = 12x-12w+103y-33 answer

60

3x+27=12x-45 Bring x to one side and the numbers to the other 45+27=12x-3x 72=9x x=8 For any step you don't understand message me

x=18

Plug in zero for x and solve the equation to get 72. In other words, the line created by this equation crosses the y axis at 72 when the value of the x axis is zero. In the general form y = mx + b, b will always be the y intercept.

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