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How do i do this? Am i doing it right? Dont give me the answer, just how to do it. ax - a = x - 1 solve for x ax=x-1+a x=x-1

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not quite. try getting the x's on the same side first, then you should be able to factor it (I'm assuming you're working on factoring.
last step is wrong. i would factor out the a on left side first
What is factoring? I dont recall seeing that in one of the videos.

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If you can't factor this is gonna be tricky, you should try to look up something on it, see if you can understand the idea. It'll be a good exercise on how to research a math concept. Here's a start: http://www.purplemath.com/modules/simpfact.htm try to find Khan videos on it too.
Isnt it better for me to go through the khan videos systematically?
Where did you get this problem?
A guy gave it too me here on OS, why?
Well then he didn't know that you had not yet studied factoring, so ignore it I guess and come back to it when you get there in khan. It's definitely a whole idea by itself, you will have to devote a fair amount of attention to it at first. Gets easy soon though :)
Ok, im looking forward to having a good understanding of these things!

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