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Use the skills covered in the Brief Review to solve the following equations.

$3 a+4=6+4 a$

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1 of 3To evaluate the given equation, begin by combining similar terms containing $a$ on one side of the equation and the constants on the other. This can be done **subtracting** $\textcolor{#c34632}{4a}$ and $\textcolor{#c34632}{4}$ on both sides of the equation.

$\begin{aligned} 3a+4 \textcolor{#c34632}{-4a-4}&= 6+4a \textcolor{#c34632}{-4a-4} \\ 3a-4a+0&= 6-4 \\ -1a &= 2 \end{aligned}$

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