posted by Anonymous :D

Can you please show me how?
What is the value of x?
x+4= -9

1. Anonymous

x+4=-9

subtract 4 from both sides and that should give you the answer

2. Anonymous :D

@ Anonymous,
Is it -13?
Thanks.
Anonymous :D

3. Anonymous

x=-13

4. Anonymous

yes it is

5. Anonymous :D

@ anonymous. Thank you so much!!

6. Anonymous

7. Anonymous :D

@ Anonymous. Can you help me with more.
If so, give me a couple of minutes.

8. Anonymous :D

Sorry Anonymous. I have 2 jet. I'll post a new question l8er and maybe u can answer that.
Cheers
Anonymous :D

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