# math

I need help figuring out these four euations with integers

5x=-25

6x-4=-40

x
- +5=0 is this one
3

-x+7=-7
isnt this on 14

OK, for the first one (5x=-25), you would go: -25 divided by 5, and that equals -5.

The second one is a two-step equation. Go -40 + 4, which = -36. Then, do -36 divided by 6, which = -6.

I can't read the next one

the fourth one I got 14 too, so u r right

For the third one, could you just retype it and then maybe I can help u

the third one is x over five plus 5 euals -1

Thank you so much. I kind of get this stuff but then I get confused and I ant doing good in math.

It's no problem, I just finished integers a few weeks ago, so I've gotten pretty familiar with them.

All right, so for that question (x over 5 plus 5 = -1), you would go -1 minus 5 which = -6. Then, you would go -6 times 5 which = -30.

Good luck!
:')

Thank you

u r welcome

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