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When the problem says "Angel transformed the following equation from 6x+4×=2 (×+1) to
10=2 (×+1). He then stated that the solution to the equation is ×=4. Is he correct? Explain"
when I solved the equation I got 24=10 and 10=10. However, im having trouble explaining it... please help!

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