# How do you solve #-x = -7#?

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To solve the equation -x = -7, you need to isolate x. Multiply both sides by -1: x = 7

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To solve the equation -x = -7, you can isolate x by dividing both sides of the equation by -1:

-x = -7 (-x)/(-1) = (-7)/(-1) x = 7

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