Maths (algebra)

3(x+2)-2(x-1)=7

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  1. I assume that you are solving for x.

    1. remove the brackets by multiplying out the terms, for example
    3(x+2)=3x+6

    2. normally you would group the like terms together; so collect the x terms and the number terms together on the LHS.

    3. rearrange so that the x terms are on one side and the number terms on the other side of the =

    Does this help?

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