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Homework Help: algebra/inequalities

Posted by jeanie on Sunday, July 22, 2007 at 1:29pm.

help!I am stuck: 2x/4 + 4 = 10x/4 + 10

add -4 to each side.
2x/4=10x/4+6
multpily each side by 4
2x=10x + 24
subtract 10 x from each side.
-8x=24
divide each side by -8

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