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Posted by **John** on Saturday, February 4, 2012 at 11:50pm.

Find the value of x that will make the following numerical expression equal to − 10 .

-5^2+(x+2)/-4-(-6)

(a)−1 (b)−3 (c)2 (d)1 (e)3

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**Jai**, Sunday, February 5, 2012 at 12:12am(-5^2+(x+2))/-4-(-6) = -10

(-25 + (x+2))/(-4+6) = -10

(-25 + (x+2))/2 = -10

-25 + x + 2 = -20

-23 + x = -20

x = -20 + 23

x = 3

so, it's letter (E).

hope this helps~ :)

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