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How do I solve this equation: 5(x+3)-(4x-6)=-4 (answer)

Hi Janie. I hope this helps.... Start by distributing the 5 over the (x-3) to get 5x + 15 -(4x-6) = -4 Now distribute the -1 in front of the (4x-6) over the two terms in parentheses to get 5x + 15 -4x + 6 = -4 (the 6 is now positive b/c -1 x -6 is pos 6) Comine terms...