Q: Which of the following conditions would make 2a - 2b 0?

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(2a-3)(a-1)

2a^3=8+4a2a^3-4a-8=0 a^3-2a-4=0 It occurred to me just now by looking at the equation that a=2 would work. And it does. So that's your answer.

a + a + a - 2a = 3a - 2a = a

2a/3=8+4a2a=3(8+4a) 2a=24+12a -10a=24 a=-24/10 a=-12/5

1/(2a)

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(2a-3)(a-1)

2a^3=8+4a2a^3-4a-8=0 a^3-2a-4=0 It occurred to me just now by looking at the equation that a=2 would work. And it does. So that's your answer.

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