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Need help solving the equation

Solve the following equation; Question 1: 3x - 2 = 19 Question 2: 4x + 3 = 2x -5 Thanks :D
Question asked by: chrisowen

Asked on: 07 Feb 2011

Question 1: 3x - 2 = 19

So we know that 3x = 21 therefore x = 7

Question 2: 4x + 3 = 2x -5

So we know that 2x = -8 so x = -4

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Replied at: 25 Feb 2011
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