SOLUTION: 2(3x-4)=3+6x You would use the distributive property for the left part of the problem. 1. 2*3x 2*-4 2. 6x - 8 = 3 + 6x 3. 6x - 8 -3 = 3 -3 + 6x 4. 6x - 11 = 6x 5. 6x - 6x -

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 Question 513216: 2(3x-4)=3+6x You would use the distributive property for the left part of the problem. 1. 2*3x 2*-4 2. 6x - 8 = 3 + 6x 3. 6x - 8 -3 = 3 -3 + 6x 4. 6x - 11 = 6x 5. 6x - 6x - 11 = 6x - 6x 6. -11 = 0Found 2 solutions by umail08, vtskge:Answer by umail08(87)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Please check to see if you wrote the problem correct. Answer by vtskge(1)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!2(3x-4)=3+6x You would use the distributive property for the left part of the problem. 1. 2*3x 2*-4 2. 6x - 8 = 3 + 6x 3. 6x - 8 -3 = 3 -3 + 6x 4. 6x - 11 = 6x 5. 6x - 6x - 11 = 6x - 6x 6. -11 = 0