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Alright, since problem, what they want us to do is they want us to solve frecks.
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So when solving frecks, there's a couple of things we need to do, look at.
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Right now, I have multiple x to have a negative 2x to have an x over there.
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So we're solving frecks.
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Remember, we're trying to get something.
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We want to get one x.
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So what we're going to have to do is we're going to have to combine like terms or look
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at and do some kind of factory out of common terms.
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Well, before we can get a factor on the common terms, look at anything.
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What I notice is I have parentheses and a number outside multiplying.
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So I'm going to have to use my extruded property first to make sure I can multiply every
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number outside parentheses to every school term inside.
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So I have negative 3 times negative 2 is getting a positive 6x.
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Negative 3 times 2 is going to be negative 60.
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Negative 8 times 2 is going to be negative 8x.
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8 times 12 is going to be negative 96.
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And now, what I can do is I can actually combine like terms.
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I see that I can combine these because they're both at my x's and I can combine like numbers.
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Remember, you can't add a constant with a multiplied by a variable to just irregular
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constant.
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So, this let's see, we get 6x plus 8x is going to leave you 14x.
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And let's see, we have negative 60 plus 96 is going to give me 36 equals 92.
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Now at this stage, I'm adding a two-step equation.
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So what I'm going to have to do is subtract on both sides by 36.
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And this I'll get 14.
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That is the other one.
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Hmm, some I thought would be equals 14x, I'm sorry.
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Equals 56.
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Yes.
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Now, I'm going to have to divide by 14.
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And let's see, 56 goes into 14.
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Well, it's going to go on there 10 times.
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There will be 11.
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And let's see, 11 with 2 over 14, which would be 1, 7.
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So I don't know if the decimal approximation will be, but 11 and 1, 7 with your decimal
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approximation or your fraction mixed number, but we'll have to go look at a decimal approximation
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for that.
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That's final two.
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Maybe I'll just subtract.
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Yeah, looks like it goes in there four times.
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I don't even know where 11 is going to come from.
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I don't even know.