Solve. 4x + 2 > –6
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User: Solve. 4x + 2 > –6

Weegy: 6 ? 6(x ? 1) = 4x ? 8

6 - 6x + 6 = 4x - 8;

12 - 6x = 4x - 8;

-6x - 4x = -8 - 12;

-10x = -20;

x = -20/-10;

x = 2

User: What is the solution to the equation? t(7 – 2) = 9 • 7 – 9 • 2 A. 9 B. 2 C. 7 D. –2

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4x + 2 > –6
4x > -6 - 2
4x > -8
x > -8/4
x > -2

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Which expression is equivalent to the given expression? 13(19 – x) A. 13 • 19 – 13x B. 13 • 19 – x C. 1319 – 13x D. 13 + 19 – 13 + x
Weegy: 13 ? 19 ? 13x is equivalent to the given expression? 13(19 ? x). User: Combine like terms. 9 + 3x – 9x + 16 A. 19x B. 25 – 6x C. 18x + 3x + 16 D. 3x + 16 Weegy: Combine like terms. 9 + 3x ? 9x + 16 = D. 25 ? 6x . User: Evaluate the expression by using the given values of the variables. y ÷ 3 • 2 – 8 ÷ x + 5 where x = 4 and y = 12 A. 9 B. 5 C. 11 D. 21 (More)
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