Q: How do you solve 8p plus 4 equals 10 plus 6p?

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2p+10 = 8p-14 2p-8p = -14-10 -6p = -24 p = 4

You can combine like terms of p to get 6p. If you are given what p equals you can solve for the completely numerical answer.

17 + 6p = 9 6p = -8 p = -8/6 p = -4/3

3p + 6p = (3 + 6)p = 9p

6p + 12q + 18r = 6 (p + 2q + 3r)

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algebra8p +4 = 10 +6p+8p - 6p = +10 - 42p = 6p = 3

2p+10 = 8p-14 2p-8p = -14-10 -6p = -24 p = 4

-9p + 6p = -3p

You can combine like terms of p to get 6p. If you are given what p equals you can solve for the completely numerical answer.

14 + 6p = 6 + 7p 8 = p

p=1125

17 + 6p = 9 6p = -8 p = -8/6 p = -4/3

p = 4

6p + 11 = 35 Therefore, 6p = 35 - 11 = 24 p = 24/6 p = 4

7P + 9 = 16 + 6P subtract 6P from BOTH sides P + 9 = 16 subtract 9 from both sides P = 7

Factor x2 plus 12xp plus 36p2 is (x+6p)(x+6p).

First get all the p variables on one side of the equation by subtracting 6p from both sides. Giving you 3p + 14 = 23 Now subtract 14 from both sides. 3p = 9 Finally divide both sides by 3. p = 3