I don't know why this one stumped me. I did fine on all the others in this chapter. Can anyone help? Solve for X −4(3x −8) = 40 Thanks in advance!
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Originally Posted by Amber I don't know why this one stumped me. I did fine on all the others in this chapter. Can anyone help? Solve for X −4(3x −8) = 40 Thanks in advance! Initial equation -4(3x-8)=40 Divide both sides by -4 3x-8 = -10 add 8 to both sides 3x = -2 divide both sides by 3 x=-2/3
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