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2 +4x-45=0
2 + 4x - 45 = 0 (4x) + (2 - 45) = 0 4x - 43 = 0 4x = 0 + 43 4x = 43 x = 43/4
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2 + 4x - 45 = 0
(4x) + (2 - 45) = 0
4x - 43 = 0
4x = 0 + 43
4x = 43
x = 43/4
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