Algebra
posted by Tamir .
Hello, I am having a bit of trouble with two Algebra questions
1. Solve x= 8x  over the domain [0, 2, 4, 6]
2. For what values of a is the equation /a/ =5 true?
Thanks in advance.

Algebra 
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1. x can only equal 8x if x = 0
(no matter what the domain is)
2. 5 and 5
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