Q: How do you solve 6x minus 6x?

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x^2 + 6x + 9 cannot be simplified further. If x^2 + 6x + 9 = 0 then we can solve for x. x^2 + 6x + 9 can be broken into a binomial: (x+3)(x+3), which then gives us x = -3.

6x2 - x You don't have enough information to take this any further or solve it

you multiply it

6x-4 = 18 6x = 18+4 6x = 22 x = 22/6 = 3 and 2/3

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-4x-6x = -20 -10x = -20 Divide both sides by -10 rembering that a minus divided into a minus the result is positive: x = 2

you just add 6x+9x to get 15x then minus 25 from 18 to get -7 thus the answer will be 15x-7

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To solve this equation, we will first subtract 2x from each side:8x=2x+6 (8x minus 2x=6x)6x=6Now, to isolate x, we must divide out the 6:6x=6 (6x divided by 6= x)x=1If 8x=2x+6, x=1

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-6x, -4x =

x^2 + 6x + 9 cannot be simplified further. If x^2 + 6x + 9 = 0 then we can solve for x. x^2 + 6x + 9 can be broken into a binomial: (x+3)(x+3), which then gives us x = -3.

3 and the solution is x = -5 and y = -3 When subtracting the equations remember that a - - is equal to a + So: - 6x - - 6x = 0 Also remember that a minus times a minus that the product is always a plus.

x = 0,1

x2 - 6x - 27 = (x-9)(x+3)

9x2+6x-8 = 0 (3x+4)(3x-2) = 0 Therefore: x = -4/3 or x = 2/3