A Math Equation...Plz Help...

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|2x + 4| is always larger than or equal to zero. This means that the left hand side of the equation is always 6 or less, so there are no solutions.

6 - 3|2x + 4| = 12

So I just put NO Soution?

No solutions, or if you have to write down the solution in the form of a set such that all the members of the set are solutions, then you must write down the empty set as the "solution set".



Oh OK can you help me with my other problem?

Yes, if it isn't too much work for me :)

LOL OK I will post a new post thingy ok?Thanks so much...

I need help. what is 1/2x+7=1/3x+9?

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