Q: How do you solve -15X equals -5 times 3X plus 2?

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15x minus 8=minus 180 3x+8=24

6x-2=x+135x=15x=3

5x2 + 15x = 0 5x(x + 3) = 0 therefore, x = 0 or x + 3 = 0 that is, x = 0 or x = -3

9x + 7 = 15x + 1 ___-1_______-1 9x + 6 = 15x -9x_____-9x ____6=6x ____/6_/6 ____1=x x equals 1.

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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15x minus 8=minus 180 3x+8=24

6x-2=x+135x=15x=3

5x2 + 15x = 0 5x(x + 3) = 0 therefore, x = 0 or x + 3 = 0 that is, x = 0 or x = -3

distributive

-3x + 6 + 15x =11x + 8 ie -3x + 15x - 11x = 8 - 6 ie x = 2

9x + 7 = 15x + 1 ___-1_______-1 9x + 6 = 15x -9x_____-9x ____6=6x ____/6_/6 ____1=x x equals 1.

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

15x plus 392 is the answer since you dont have an equal sign

Divide each side by -15 and x = - 6/15.

10x - 15x + 5 = -45 + 40Combine like terms:-5x + 5 = -5Get the x term alone (subtract 5 from both sides):-5x = -10Divide both sides by -5x = 2

23 + 15x - 4x = 1215x - 4x = 12 -2311x = -11x= -1

its 10x +9y +1z