The following steps will help you solve linear equations.
Solve the equation below for \(x\). \[2(3-x)+4x-1=4-2(x+1)-3 \]
Let's see these steps in action.
Step 1: Expand the brackets.
\[6-2x+4x=4-2x-2-3\]
Step 2: Gather terms:.
\[-2x+4x+2x=4-2-3-6\]
Step 3: Combine like terms.
\[4x = -7\]
Step 4: Divide across to isolate the variable.
\[x = {-7 \over 4}\]