subtracting 4x from each side of the equation.

Mathematics, 12.11.2019 09:31, pinapunapula

# When solving 7x + 12 = 4x you can begin by

subtracting 4x from each side of the equation.

this gives 3x + 12 = 0

solve 7x + 12 = 4x

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When solving 7x + 12 = 4x you can begin by

subtracting 4x from each side of the equation.

subtracting 4x from each side of the equation.