Exercise5

Is \(-2\) a solution for \(x\) in the equation \({3x+5}={-4-\left(-1+x\right)}\text{?}\) Evaluating the left and right sides gives:

\({3x+5}\) \(=\) \({-4-\left(-1+x\right)}\)
\({}\stackrel{?}{=}{}\)

So \(-2\)

?

is

is not

a solution to \({3x+5}={-4-\left(-1+x\right)}\text{.}\)

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