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5x − 4 = 2 − x/2

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1. Start with the equation:

5x - 4 = 2 - \frac{x}{2}

2. Eliminate the fraction by multiplying every term by 2:

2(5x - 4) = 2 \left( 2 - \frac{x}{2} \right)

3. Simplify:

10x - 8 = 4 - x

4. Move all terms involving x to one side of the equation:

10x + x = 4 + 8

5. Simplify:

11x = 12

6. Solve for x:

x = \frac{12}{11}

The final answer is:

x = \frac{12}{11}

2. Eliminate the fraction by multiplying every term by 2:

3. Simplify:

4. Move all terms involving x to one side of the equation:

5. Simplify:

6. Solve for x:

The final answer is:

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