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8x – 7 – 3x = 6x – 2x – 3

Answer:

We have,

8x – 7 – 3x = 6x – 2x – 3

5x – 7 = 4x – 3

Transposing - 7 to RHS it becomes 7 and 4x to LHS it becomes -4x.

5x – 4x = 7 – 3

x = 4

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and today's question is 8x minus 7 minus
3x
is equal to 6x minus 2x minus 3
first of all we solve the variables
8x minus 3x these two are the variable
on our
left hand side 8x minus 3x is 5x
minus 7 is equal to 6x minus 2x is equal
to
4x minus 3. now we separate out the
variables
5x this 4x when goes to
the other side by the process of
transposition
so it becomes minus 4x then minus 3 and
minus 7 that is constants comes to the
right side then it becomes
plus 7 so 5 minus 4 x that is 1 x
and 7 minus 3 that is 4 so the value of
x is equal to
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