How do you solve #4(x − 1) − (x + 6) =2#?
see a solution process below;
taking out the brackets;
assemble similar terms;
streamlining
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To solve the equation 4(x − 1) − (x + 6) = 2:

Distribute the terms inside the parentheses: 4x  4  x  6 = 2

Combine like terms: 3x  10 = 2

Add 10 to both sides: 3x = 12

Divide both sides by 3: x = 4
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