intermidate algebra

6^2-13x=-5
6^2-13x=-5
6^2=13x-5
I have tried this problem so much what am doing wrong.

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asked by Keaton
  1. I have a feeling there is a type here.
    The way it stands it would be

    6^2-13x=-5
    36 - 13x = -5
    -13x = -41
    x = 41/13

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