Mathematics, 18.10.2019 10:20, joseroblesrivera123

# Solve for x: the quantity of x plus 4 over 3 = 2.

(x+4)

= 12

3

Answers: 2

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Solve for x: the quantity of x plus 4 over 3 = 2.

(x+4)

= 12

3...

(x+4)

= 12

3...

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