How do you work these problems?



-7x-23=-25 1/3

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  1. Step one: combine like-term - put all the x on one side and all the whole number on the other side by addition/subtraction.

    Step two: get x on one side by division/multiplication.

    Subtract 2x and -5 on each side of the equation
    3x-2x + 5-5 = 2x-2x - 3-5
    x = -8

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  2. f(x)=6x^3+19x^2+8x-5

    find all the zeros of the given function.

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