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Solve each of the following for x, where xis a real number. _ 0.4 + x =1

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  1. ganeshie8 Group Title
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    to solve x, you need to isolate x

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    start with subtracting 0.9 both sides

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    and since x can't be negative you make the sum of 1 and 0.9 negative and x positive.

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    anymore help required?

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    How do i make x a positive

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  6. lexiamee Group Title
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    make the sum of the numbers negative

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    for given equation value of x is -ve so we cant make it positive

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    x can't be negative

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    x=.9-1=-.1

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    x can equal a negative but x cant be negative like example it cant be -x=4 youd have to asy x=-4

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