What is the solution to the equation -4(2x+3) = 2x+6-(8x+2)? 0 x=-10 0 L 0 | 0

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What is the solution to the equation -4(2x+3) = 2x+6-(8x+2)?
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Jade 2 weeks 2021-09-11T03:15:10+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    2021-09-11T03:16:35+00:00

    Answer:

    x = -8

    Step-by-step explanation:

    -4(2x+3) = 2x+6-(8x+2)

    Distribute

    -8x-12= 2x+6-8x-2

    Combine like terms

    -8x-12 = -6x+4

    Add 8x to each side

    -8x-12 +8x = -6x+4+8x

    -12 = 2x+4

    Subtract 4 from each side

    -12-4 = 2x+4-4

    -16 = 2x

    Divide each side by 2

    -16/2 = 2x/2

    -8 =x

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