Question

# Solve each equation: 15- 2(3-2x) = 46

Hint:

### An equation in which highest power of any variable is always 1 is known as a Linear equation.

We will simplify the given equation and find the value of x.

## The correct answer is: Value of x for the given equation is 9.25

### Step-by-step solution:-

15 - 2 (3 - 2x) = 46

∴ - 2 (3 - 2x) = 46 - 15 …..................................... (Taking all the constants on 1 side of the equation)

∴ - 2 (3 - 2x) = 31

∴ 3 - 2x = …........................................ (Dividing both sides by -2)

∴ 3 - 2x = -15.5

∴ - 2x = -15.5 - 3 ...................................... (Taking all the constants on 1 side of the equation)

∴ - 2x = -18.5

∴ x = ....................................... (Dividing both sides by -2)

∴ x = 9.25

Final Answer:-

∴ Value of x for the given equation is 9.25.

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