Q: Solve the equation for x 2x 3x -4 18?

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To simplify an equation is to combine like terms, but you do not solve it for example: simplify 3X+4-X-6 2X-2

solve system equation using addition method 3x-y=9 2x+y=6

If the equation is (2x)^3-3x, then the answer is -985. However, if the equation if 2(x)^3-3x, then the answer is -235.

If you mean line of 3x+2y = 5 then y = -3/2x+2.5 Perpendicular slope: 2/3 Perpendicular equation: 3y = 2x+18 or as 2x-3y+18 = 0

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3x-2 = 2x+3 3x-2x = 3+2 x = 5

If you simplify this equation, then you get -3x=18. Divide both sides by -3 and you get x=-6.

1 + 3x - x = x - 4 + 2x 1 + 4 = x + 2x - 3x + x 5 = x

18=3(3x-6)

2x+3x=50 5x=50 x=10

3(x+2) = x -18 3x+6 = x -18 3x -x = -18 -6 2x = -24 x = -12

balance the equation 3x-x=20-6 3x-x=2x 20-6=14 2x=14 x=7

2x+3x-2=0=5x=0+2=5x=2=5x_5=2_5=x=0.4

To simplify an equation is to combine like terms, but you do not solve it for example: simplify 3X+4-X-6 2X-2

3x - 2 = -18 + 2x (group the terms which contain the variable in one side and numbers in the other side of the equation: subtract 2x and add 2 to both sides)3x - 2x + 2 - 2 = -18 + 2 - 2x + 2xx = -16

-3x+7=2x-18 ---> 7+18=2x-3x ----> 25=5x ----> x=5

solve system equation using addition method 3x-y=9 2x+y=6