Q. 763.7( 3 Votes )

Solve the following question.

4 (3p + 2) – 5(6p – 1) = 2 (p – 8) – 6 (7p – 4)

Answer :


Given equation is,


4(3p + 2)-5(6p-1) = 2(p-8)-6(7p-4)


12p + 8-30p + 5 = 2p-16-42p + 24


-18p + 13 = -40p + 8


-18p + 40p = 8-13 (transposing – 40p to LHS and 13 to RHS)


22p = -5



Hence value of p is .


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