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i was shown example:
x+6=-5
6=-5
6--5=x
x=-11

please explain to me how they got this

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    hi J

    x+6=-5
    6=-5
    6--5=x
    x=-11


    For line 1 , add -6 to both sides to get value of x
    this will give x +6 -6 = -5 -6

    ie. x + 0 = -11
    ie X = -11

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