Posted by **Lea** on Tuesday, February 16, 2010 at 6:44pm.

How do you solve 4-5x=3+x?

I've been able to do other problems like this, but I can't get this one.

The way I did it, was like

4-5x=3+x

4-4x=3

but then I get stuck?

the book says it's

1/6

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