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7th grade math

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6+x=2x-14. I'm not to sure how to solve this type of equation.

  • 7th grade math - ,

    6+x=2x-14

    First get the unknown quantitites on one side of the equation. Subtract x from both sides.

    6 + x = -14

    Then get the known quantities on the other side. Add 14 to both sides.

    20 = x

  • 7th grade math - ,

    6+x=2x-14
    Letters on one side, numbers on the other. Subtract x from both sides.
    6=x-14
    Add 14 to both sides.
    20=x

  • 7th grade math - ,

    6+x=2x-14

  • 7th grade math - ,

    6+x=2x-14
    6+x-x=2x-14-x
    6=1x-14
    6+14=1x-14+14
    20=1x
    20/1x=1x/1x
    x=20

  • 7th grade math - ,

    1.25 of 64

  • 7th grade math - ,

    6+x=2x-14
    -x = -x

    6=x-14
    6+14=+14
    20=x

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