Q: What is 2x - 12 divided by -2?

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2x-2 = 10 2x= 10+2 2x=12 x= 12/2 x=6

As written, that's 2(x - 6) You may have meant 4x^2 - 2x - 12 which would be 2(2x + 3)(x - 2)

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2x+10=12 2x=2 x=1

5-4x=12-2x isolate your x's on one side 5=12-2x+4x 5-12=-2x+4x simplify -7=2x divide by 2 x=-7/2, or x=-3.5

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If you mean 2x-3y=12 you... Solve for Y.Move the -3y over because it has the Y in it. -3y=2x+12Divide the other side by -3 (2 Divided by -3=0.6 but you will want -2/3)(12 Divided by -3=-4)Should look like this:Y=-2/3 - 4The Y Intercept=-4 and the Slope=-2/3 if your doing graphing.

2x-2 = 10 2x= 10+2 2x=12 x= 12/2 x=6

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There is no solution to: 4(2x + 2) + 12 > 1004(2x + 2) + 12 > 100 For 4(2x + 2) + 12 > 1004(2x + 2) + 12 to have a solution x < -1 which makes 1004(2x + 2) + 12 < 12, BUT 1004(2x + 2) + 12 is supposed to be greater than 100. Perhaps there is a missing operator in the digits of 1004?

As written, that's 2(x - 6) You may have meant 4x^2 - 2x - 12 which would be 2(2x + 3)(x - 2)

2x + 12 = 2*x + 2*6 = 2*(x + 6)

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2x / (y-2) + 2x / (2-y)First get a common denominator: (y-2) (2-y)Then you have:2x(2-y) / (y-2)(2-y) + 2x(y-2) / (y-2)(2-y), summing and simplifying, you get:(4x-4) / (y-2)(2-y)