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Here is an algebraic euation: 2x+5=13

The first step your going to do is to isolate the variable by canceling

the constant +5 which would look like this

2x+5-5=13-5

Because we've added -5 to the left we need to add -5 to the right to balance

2x+5-5=13-5

Once you have balanced both sides

you will divide both sides by 2 which

look like this

2x = 9

2 2

Then you cancel the twos you left of with x then you divide

8 and 2 then you get x=4

now you verify by using the original equation

2x+5=13

Then you substitute the value of x which is 4

SO

now

2(4)+5=13

8+5=13

Now, I know that my answer is right because they are balance

Here is an algebraic euation: 2x+5=13

The first step your going to do is to isolate the variable by canceling

the constant +5 which would look like this

2x+5-5=13-5

Because we've added -5 to the left we need to add -5 to the right to balance

2x+5-5=13-5

Once you have balanced both sides

you will divide both sides by 2 which

look like this

2x = 9

2 2

Then you cancel the twos you left of with x then you divide

8 and 2 then you get x=4

now you verify by using the original equation

2x+5=13

Then you substitute the value of x which is 4

SO

now

2(4)+5=13

8+5=13

Now, I know that my answer is right because they are balance

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