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SOLVE.8X+7=6

  • Algerbra -

    8x+7=6 (subtract the 7 from left side)
    8x=-1 (divide the 8 on both sibes)
    x= (-1/8)

  • Algerbra -

    8X+7=6

    8x = -1

    x = - 1/8

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