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how do you work out 4x-2=2x+10
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to be able to solve this problem you first need to find or look up the values for A and B - for example if A is 5 and B is 10 you would solve it like this

C=4 (5) + 2(10)
C= 20 + 20
C+ 40

I hope this help
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how change the subject in a formula?
Weegy: what is the formula that you are trying to change the subject to? User: x=y-2z Weegy: ok i have an example for you maybe this will help...0.5zx + 0.5zy + 0.5yx + 0.5yz 0.5zx + 0.5 yx + yz 0.5x(y+z) + yz W - yz = 0.5x(y+z) then divide by 0.5(y+z) [or multiply by 2/(y+z)] should get 2(W-yz) over (y+z) User: no sorry to complicated Weegy: 0.5zx + 0.5zy + 0.5yx +0.5yz 0.5zx + 0.5 yx + yz 0.5x(y+z) + yz [ W - yz = 0.5x(y+z) then divide by 0.5(y+z) [or multiply by 2/(y+z)] should get 2(W-yz) over (y+z) ] (More)
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