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posted by jasmine20 .
Drbob222, even if you just tell me that there is an answer to the following problem then i know that there is an answer because i've tried many ways and i can't get x alone.
4(2x3) = 8x +5
Is there an actual answer for this one?
No. There is no answer, the question is flawed, impossible.
No, it isnt. the initial step of 4 times 2 is 8, not 1 as you posted. Also, you added eight x to both sides in the second line, but it became a negative on the left. Cant do that.
4x+12=8x+5
4x8x=512
12x=7
x=12/7
i think this mught be right
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