What is 2x − 1 if −4x + 8 = −6 + 3x?
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-4x+8=-6+3x; 14=7x, so x=2; therefore 2x-1=2*2-1=3,
answered Aug 11, 2017 by Rod Top Rated User (552,780 points)

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