Algebra

3/4X +5 = 2

Answer in book says positive 4

I get -4?

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  1. your answer is correct

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  2. Yes, the answer is -4 if "3/4X" is supposed to (3/4)X. If it means 3/(4X), than the answer is -1/4

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