# How do you solve #4(2x - 1) - 3 = 9(x - 4)#?

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First, distribute the 4 on the left side of the equation and the 9 on the right side. Then, combine like terms on each side. Next, isolate the variable term by moving all terms without the variable to one side of the equation and terms with the variable to the other side. Finally, solve for the variable by dividing both sides by the coefficient of the variable. The solution for x is 11/7.

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