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1. 4x+5
2. x+2
3. 6x+1
4. 5x+6
5. 2x+17

i know its 1, 3 and 5 but why is 3 an answer?

adding the 2 given sides gives 5x + 5

so its A, B

but look at B if you use 10 then it also doesn't work out

"COULD BE"

13<61<55

it COULD BE if, for example, \(x=1\)

\[5x + 5 = x+2\]\[4x = -3\]Can that be?

hmmm i see wow so i'd have to be extra extra careful..... this question is a tricky one

i have to add that this is, in my opinion ,a really foolish question that confuses the issue

yeah standardized tests strike again

okay got it thanks everyone =)