solve the following equation 1. 3(p-2)+5(3+p)=1 2. x+2/2=6​

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solve the following equation
1. 3(p-2)+5(3+p)=1
2. x+2/2=6​

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Eden 3 days 2021-10-12T12:08:01+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2021-10-12T12:09:56+00:00

     \bf \purple{question : }  \\  \sf{1. \:  \: 3(p - 2) + 5(3 + p) = 1}  \\  \bf \purple{answer : } \\   \implies\sf{3p - 6 + 15 + 5p = 1} \\  \implies \sf{3p + 9 + 5p = 1} \\  \implies \sf{8p = 1 - 9} \\  \implies\sf{8p =  - 8}  \\  \therefore \sf \purple{p =  \frac{ - 8}{8}  =  - 1}

     \bf \purple{question : } \\  \sf2.\:{ \frac{x + 2}{2} = 6 } \\  \bf \purple{answer : } \\  \implies \sf{x + 2 = 6  \times 2} \\  \implies \sf{x + 2 = 12} \\   \implies\sf{x  = 12 - 2}  \\  \therefore \sf \purple {x = 10}

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