How do you solve for x?
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Expand the brackets: 15x-20+2=12, so 15x=12+20-2 and 15x=30, so x=2. Check out by putting x=2 in the original equation.
answered Oct 17, 2014 by Rod Top Rated User (487,620 points)

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