# What is the solution set for #4x-5=5x-10#?

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To find the solution set for the equation 4x - 5 = 5x - 10, we need to isolate the variable x.

First, we can simplify the equation by moving all the terms containing x to one side and constants to the other side.

Adding 10 to both sides, we get: 4x - 5 + 10 = 5x - 10 + 10 4x + 5 = 5x

Now, subtracting 4x from both sides, we get: 4x - 4x + 5 = 5x - 4x 5 = x

So, the solution set for the equation is {5}.

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