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Solve for the unknown, and then check your solution.$$x+11=5$$

$$-6$$

Algebra

Chapter 0

Reviewing the Basics

Section 1

Solving Linear Equations

Equations and Inequalities

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Solve.

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Hello. For this question, we're going to solve the following lingering question. X Plus 11 equals five and similar to the previous question. We have to remember that addition and subtraction will always under each other and multiplication and division will under each other. And this is the leader in question because we only have x up to the power off one. So we're going to follow. These steps are here where we first simplify. Then we arrange and then isolate our X value. So trusting Can we simplify this? Not exactly. But we could rearrange it. So we have to rearrange explicit 11 equals five. And in order to do this, we're we want to get X by itself just right here on the left side, and we're gonna have to first eliminate the plus 11, and we're going to do that. But by subtracting both sides of the equation with 11, so we're going to have X plus 11 minus 11 equals five minus 11. And again, we're doing this in order to in orderto undo the plus 11. So we're going to be left with X plus zero because 11 minus 11 cancels each other out, are going to have five and as 11 and now, which is going to simplify this further down? And that's going to be X equals five minus 11, which is simply negative. Six. This right here is our final answer, and we're going to double check to make sure if it's correct by in putting negative six into the original equation. So originally it waas X minus X plus 11 equals five. So that's negative. Six for our X plus 11 was fine. So negative six plus 11. It's just the same as 11 minus six, which indeed does equal five. So we have both sides equal to each other because five equals five. Therefore, our final answer is X equals negative six.

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