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13=x(-4)

How am I supposed to solve that ?

Guest May 26, 2017
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13=x(-4)

How am I supposed to solve that ?

 

\(13=x(-4) \)

 

Do you mean

 

\(1) \qquad 13=x\times (-4)\\ 2) \qquad 13=x-4\\ or\\ 3) \qquad 13=x^{ -4}\\\)

 

Answer my question and then I can answer yours :)

Melody  May 26, 2017
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13=x(-4) or 13=-4x

Then we divide by -4 on both sides to take your -4 as your coefficient 13=-4/-4x

so the answer would be

x=-13/4 or x=-3.25

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