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3 November, 13:21

Drag each equation to show if it could be a correct first step to solving the equation 4 (3+x) = 36.

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  1. 3 November, 14:52
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    4 (3+x) = 36

    You Start By Distributing The 4 Into The Parenthesis:

    4 (3) = 12 4 (x) = 4x

    Now:

    12+4x=36

    *Now You Have To Do The Inverse Operation Of The 12 To Get It Separate From The Number & Its Variable*

    Subtract 12 From Both Sides, Which Gives U:

    4x=24

    *Now You Divide 4 On Both Sides To Get The Variable By Itself*

    Answer: x=6
  2. 3 November, 15:19
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    x=6

    Step-by-step explanation:

    4 (3+x) = 36

    12+4x=36

    -12 - 12

    4x=24

    x=6
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