# almost done with Algebra...help!

2 3x – 6(2x – 0.055) = 10x + 0.515

I don't know what want but assuming your solving for x...

23x-12x-.33= 10x + 0.515

11x-.33= 10x + 0.515

x= 0.845

You need to clarify your post. Is that 23x or 3x (for problem #2 perhaps)?

IF it is 23, then note that the -0.33 in the solution provided should be + and not - and

x = 0.l85 and not 0.845.

Check my thinking.

Okay I'm not going to be lazy I'll just redo what I did wrong on that.

If it is 23x of course...

23x-12x+.33 = 10x + 0.515

11x+.33 = 10x + 0.515

x= 0.815

## To solve the equation 2(3x) – 6(2x – 0.055) = 10x + 0.515, you can follow these steps:

Step 1: Distribute the numbers outside the parentheses:

6x – 12x + 0.33 = 10x + 0.515

Step 2: Combine like terms:

-6x – 12x + 0.33 = 10x + 0.515

-18x + 0.33 = 10x + 0.515

Step 3: Get rid of the constants on one side by subtracting 0.33 from both sides:

-18x + 0.33 - 0.33 = 10x + 0.515 - 0.33

-18x = 10x + 0.185

Step 4: Combine like terms:

-18x = 10x + 0.185

Step 5: Move all terms with x to one side by subtracting 10x from both sides:

-18x - 10x = 10x - 10x + 0.185

-28x = 0.185

Step 6: Solve for x by dividing both sides by -28:

x = 0.185 / -28

x ≈ -0.0066

So the solution to the equation is x ≈ -0.0066.