6x plus 4-3x

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2014-06-09 05:06:20

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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.


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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