Simplify (4x − 6) + (3x + 6) out of these what one is right? 7x 7x − 12 x 7x + 12
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Question
Simplify (4x − 6) + (3x + 6) out of these what one is right?
7x
7x − 12
x
7x + 12
7x
7x − 12
x
7x + 12
2 Answer

1. User Answers apologiabiology
expand and move like terms
4x6+3x+6
4x+3x6+6
7x+0
7x
answer is 7x 
2. User Answers boffeemadrid
Answer:
Option (A) 7x is correct.
Stepbystep explanation:
The given equation is:
[tex](4x6)+(3x+6)[/tex]
Simplifying the above given equation, we get
[tex](4x6)+3x+6[/tex]
⇒[tex]4x6+3x+6[/tex]
Rearranging the like terms and then simplifying the equation,
⇒[tex]4x+3x6+6[/tex]
⇒[tex]7x[/tex]
which is the required simplified form.
Thus, option A that is 7x is correct.