# How do you solve #2x + 4 = 6 #?

##### 1 Answer

Nov 17, 2015

#### Explanation:

We start with:

- We pass the
#4# form the left, where it is adding (#+ 4# ) to the right, where it will be doing the opposite, so, subtracting:

#2x = 6 - 4# ,

#2x = 2# . - Now, we pass the
#2# from the left, where it is multiplying (#2x# is the same as#2*x# ) to the right, were it will do the opposite, dividing:

#x = 2/2# ,

#x = 1# .

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