# algerbra

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the problem is x+6-2x+9, how would i go about solving it a simpiler expression would be greatly apprciated1 the x's get me confused

• algebra -

Please note the correct spelling: A L G E B R A.

You need to combine like terms.

x+6-2x+9
-x + 15

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thank you, i also fixed the spelling!

• algerbra -

You're welcome -- and thank you. :-)

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