# How do you solve #-5x=3+5x-3x#?

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To solve the equation (-5x = 3 + 5x - 3x), first, combine like terms on the right side of the equation:

(3 + 5x - 3x = 3 + (5x - 3x) = 3 + 2x)

Now, substitute the simplified expression back into the original equation:

(-5x = 3 + 2x)

Next, move the terms involving (x) to one side of the equation and the constant term to the other side. Let's subtract (2x) from both sides:

(-5x - 2x = 3 + 2x - 2x)

This simplifies to:

(-7x = 3)

Finally, to solve for (x), divide both sides by (-7):

(x = \frac{3}{-7})

So, the solution is (x = -\frac{3}{7}).

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