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Solve the equation $4(x - 1) + 2(2x - 3) - 2 = 15 - x + 3(3 - x)$
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$4x-4+4x-6-2=15-x+9-3x$

$8x+4x=15+9+12$

$12x=36$

$x=3$
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4x-4+4x-6-2=15-x+9-3x

12x=36

x=3
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