Q: How do you solve -8x equals 14 equals -6x -30?

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The answer is x = 2.

4x-1 = 6x-15 4x-6x = 1-15 -2x = -14 x = 7

If: x2-6x-13 = 14 Then: x2-6x-27 = 0 And: (x+3)(x-9) = 0 So: x = -3 or x = 9

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x = 6 and y = -2

6x + 14 = 20 + 4x ------ Combine like terms (subtract 4x and 14 from both sides). 2x = 6 --------------------- Divide by 2. x = 3

5/6=x/30 150=6x 25=x

2/6=x/30 60=6x 10=x

6x-5 = 7, 6x = 7+5, 6x = 12, x = 2

6x-y=-14 2x-3y=6

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6x + 8 = 13, 6x = 13 - 8, 6x = 5, x = 5/6