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# Tutor profile: Iola F.

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### Subject:Basic Math

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Solve. ((2x+3)/4)=((x+7)/3)

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To solve this equation you will first need to multiply the left and right sides by 4 and by 3 to eliminate/cancel out the denominator. That leaves you with 3(2x+3)=4(x+7). Next, you will need to multiply the 3 by the (2x+3) and 4 by (2x+7). Once you do that you will get 6x+9=4x+28. Then, you will need to combine like terms and then solve. To combine like terms you need to move all the same terms to the same side. To move all the x's to the same side you can subtract 4x on both sides. You will get 2x+9=28. After, we will need to subtract 9 by both sides so you will get 2x=19. Lastly, we will solve. To solve you need to divide 2 by both sides and therefore you get x=19/2.

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### Subject:Algebra

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Simplify the algebraic expression -2(x - 3) + 4(-2 x + 8)

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First, you need to multiple the -2 by (x-3). You will have -2(x) and -2(-3), simplified to -2x+6. Second, you will need to follow the same steps as above to the other side of the expression. You will have 4(-2x) and 4(8), simplified to -8x+32. Put those all together and you will have -2x+6-8x+32. Third, you need to combine like terms. You do this by adding -2x+-8x AND 6+32. This simplified gives you -10x+38.

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