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How would i solve:

1/6(12-6x)= 5(x+4)

  • Algebra - ,

    Expand out the peretheses terms on both sides, and then combine 'like' terms.
    (That means to combine all constants into one term, and all terms linear in x into one term.)

    2 - x = 5x + 20
    6x = -18
    Now divide both sides by 6. Then you will have the asnwer.

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