# SOLUTION: -2(x=10)=3(2x-4) is the problem,please show me the process of the problem . iam helping my son but he has no clear understanding,nor do I ,havent done this work since HS

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 Question 250262: -2(x=10)=3(2x-4) is the problem,please show me the process of the problem . iam helping my son but he has no clear understanding,nor do I ,havent done this work since HSAnswer by Alan3354(31537)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!-2(x=10)=3(2x-4) ----------------- You didn't say, but I'll assume you want to solve for x. However, there are too many equal signs. One per equation, please.