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Q: What algebraic expression is equivalent to the expression 12x plus 5 - 2x?

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There is no equation nor inequality on the question. All it consists of is an expression: an expression cannot be solved.

30+12x = 6(5+2x)

There is no rational factorisation to this expression.

Since that isn't an equation, there is really nothing to solve.

The expression (12x + 36)/48x can be simplified by factoring out 12/12 from the expressions. This leaves (x + 3)/4x.

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Each term in an algebraic expression is separated by plus & minus 5x + 4 = 12x has two different terms (5x, 4). Good answer. Actually the equation has three terms, 5x, 4 and 12x.

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2(6x + 10) is an algebraic expression in one unknown variable. It is not capable of doing anything.

2(6x + 4y + 8) I think if its not sorry

There is no equation nor inequality on the question. All it consists of is an expression: an expression cannot be solved.

30+12x = 6(5+2x)

There is no rational factorisation to this expression.

It is: -3(4x-0.50) = -12x+1.50 or as 1.50-12x

Since that isn't an equation, there is really nothing to solve.

The expression can be simplified to: 12x-9

It is equivalent to 3(4x+3y) when factored

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