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`2x(8-4)=16`

We simplify the equation to the form, which is simple to understand

2x(8-4)=16

Simplifying terms in parentheses

2x*(+4)=16

Reorder the terms in parentheses

+(+8x)=16

Remove unnecessary parentheses

+8x=+16

We move all terms containing x to the left and all other terms to the right.

+8x=+16

We simplify left and right side of the equation.

+8x=+16

We divide both sides of the equation by 8 to get x.

x=2

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