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Recall that betty arranged equal numbers of movies on four shelves of a shelving unit and placed 6 of her favorite movie on the top shelf if x is the number of movies on each shelf, the expression for the total number of movies on the shelving unit is 4x + 6 if each of the 4 shelves holds 14 movies, how many movies does betty have on her shelving unit? show your work

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