4-5(a+2)=3(a+1)=1 someone help?

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really?
YES REALLY!
you seem to have an extra = sign, perhaps it should be 4-5(a+2)=3(a+1)-1 or something?
on my paper it has 2 equal signs o:
This leads to a direct contradiction, so there is a typo
The a equal -1
o: so what if its - instead? lol
a's
do the distributive property so: 4-5a+10=3a+3=1 can u do the rest?
i had this same promblem there is only one equal sign
^that makes sense
@christinaxxx I can't, can you?
I'm going to assume it is 4-5(a+2)=3(a+1)-1 4-5a-10=3a+3-1 8a=-8 a=-1 which would give applepie's answer, so that is probably what the problem is supposed to be
im confused!
so it would be -1?
IF the equation is as I typed it, then yes. If it is as you typed it there is no solution.

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