# How do you solve #37=-3+5(x+6)#?

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To solve the equation 37 = -3 + 5(x + 6), first distribute the 5 to the terms inside the parentheses: 37 = -3 + 5x + 30. Then combine like terms: 37 = 5x + 27. Subtract 27 from both sides: 10 = 5x. Divide both sides by 5: x = 2.

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