Math (Mrs. Sue, please help?)

An equation is shown below:

4(2x - 5) = 4

Part A: How many solutions does this equation have? (4 points)

Part B: What are the solutions to this equation? Show your work. (6 points)

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  1. 4(2x - 5) = 4

    8x - 20 = 4

    8x = 24

    x = 3

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