# How do you solve: #4a - 4 = 8 + a#?

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To solve the equation 4a - 4 = 8 + a, you would first combine like terms by subtracting a from both sides to get 3a - 4 = 8. Then, you would add 4 to both sides to isolate the variable, resulting in 3a = 12. Finally, divide by 3 to solve for a, which equals 4.

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