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    How do you solve 4x + 5 = x + 26?

    With workings please!
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    (Original post by Doctor Who??)
    How do you solve 4x + 5 = x + 26?

    With workings please!
    4x+5(-5)=x+26(-5)
    4x=x+21
    4x(-x)+x+21(-x)
    3x=21
    Divide both sides by 3
    21/3=7
    3x/3=x
    X=7


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    (Original post by Tootles)
    Oh look, someone else wanting TSR to do their ****ing homework for them.
    No. You will notice that I added with workings. This is so I can follow it and can learn how to work it out.
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      (Original post by Doctor Who??)
      No. You will notice that I added with workings. This is so I can copy it into my exercise book and make it look like I knew what I was doing.
      I know, that's why I said what I did :pierre:
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      (Original post by Tootles)
      I know, that's why I said what I did :pierre:
      That's not my original reply... Any how I now know the answer so...
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      (Original post by themightysandu)
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      Please read the Forum Rules at the top of the Maths Forum. Providing full solutions is not permitted here (even if the OP asked you to do so)!
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      (Original post by Doctor Who??)
      No. You will notice that I added with workings. This is so I can follow it and can learn how to work it out.
      Use the Forum properly please. You need to post your attempt at a solution each time first and then we will help you to fix any mistakes.
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      (Original post by Mr M)
      Use the Forum properly please. You need to post your attempt at a solution each time first and then we will help you to fix any mistakes.
      OK, I apologize I was not made aware of the forum rules...
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      (Original post by Doctor Who??)
      OK, I apologize I was not made aware of the forum rules...
      Ok so to work out the value of x in this linear equation, you need to get all the x values on one side of the equal side and other numbers on the other side of the equal sign.

      You can do this by adding and subtracting x from the right and then subtracting it from the left.

      You can the subtract 5 from the right which means that you will need to subtract it from the right aswell.

      This would leave you with 3x = 21

      So now you should be able to solve for x easily
      Thumbs up would be appreciate if it helped!
     
     
     
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