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To solve the equation 6x plus 4-3x,first subtract 3x from 4 which leaves you with 1x. The equation now reads 6x plus 1x, which equals 7x.

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Actually, to simplify this, we have to keep the numbers multiplied with the variables from the plain numbers. The equation based on the question it this:

6X + 4 - 3X

So there is a +6X a -3x and a +4.

So we simplify by consolidating the numbers multiplied with the Xs. So 6X - 3X is 3X.

So we have 3x + 4. There is no way to solve this since we have only part of it and no equal sign.

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