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mariebrittany07 Group Title

5(x-1)=0

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  1. keky123321 Group Title
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    Multiply 5 in to the parenthesis.

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    Distribute

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    5(x-1)=0 5x - 5=0 x=1

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    can you please explain or show me how you got x = 1

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    are you there yahoo

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    You add the five to both sides so it looks like this: 5x=5 ad then you divide both sides by five to get the x by itself and voila! You get one.

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    okay tanksb for explianing it to me and you are my life saver in math and you are smarter than i am in math

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