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could someone check my work please? I have to solve for 'x' Questions ~ 1. 3x – 19 = 2 Add ‘19’ to each side of the equation ~ 19+19+3x= 2+19 Combine like terms~ 19+19=0 0+3x= 2+19 3x= 2+19 Combine like terms~ 2+19=17
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could someone check my work please? I have to solve for 'x' Questions ~ 1. 3x – 19 = 2 Add ‘19’ to each side of the equation ~ 19+19+3x= 2+19 Combine like terms~ 19+19=0 0+3x= 2+19 3x= 2+19 Combine like terms~ 2+19=17
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