Did you know, that if you take any number and double it, then add six, divide it by two, and finally subtract it with the number you started with your answer will always be 3 !
I think you misunderstood what I was trying to say, this is not an actual algebraic equation. I was stating that if you follow the previously mentioned step w/ any number of your choice the end result will always be three.
For instance, 13 x 2= 26; 26 + 6= 32; 32/2= 16; 16 - 13= 3
Well, yeah. I did take an algebra class or two.
Write it down, cancel out the redundant stuff and you're left with 6 divided by 2.
It surprises me how variants on this theme keep popping up and yet people are somehow amazed...