Carina begins to solve the equation Negative 4 minus two-thirds x equals negative 6 by adding 4 to both sides. Which statements regarding the rest of the solving process could be true? Select three options.

A.) After adding 4 to both sides, the equation is Negative two-thirds x equals negative 2.

B.) After adding 4 to both sides, the equation is Negative two-thirds x equals negative 10.

C.) The equation can be solved for using exactly one more step by multiplying both sides by Negative

three-halves.

D.) The equation can be solved for x using exactly one more step by dividing both sides by Negative two-thirds.

E.) The equation can be solved for x using exactly one more step by multiplying both sides by Negative two-thirds.

A.) After adding 4 to both sides, the equation is Negative two-thirds x equals negative 2.

B.) After adding 4 to both sides, the equation is Negative two-thirds x equals negative 10.

C.) The equation can be solved for using exactly one more step by multiplying both sides by Negative

three-halves.

D.) The equation can be solved for x using exactly one more step by dividing both sides by Negative two-thirds.

E.) The equation can be solved for x using exactly one more step by multiplying both sides by Negative two-thirds.

-4 - (2/3)x = -6

+4 +4

(-2/3)x = -2 {added 4 to each side}

x = 3 {divided each side by -2/3, which is the same as multiplying by -3/2}

+4 +4

(-2/3)x = -2 {added 4 to each side}

x = 3 {divided each side by -2/3, which is the same as multiplying by -3/2}

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