5+x=14

Solve for x

becca177 in Maths about 1 year ago

Welcome to our free-to-use Q&A hub, where students post questions and get help from other students and tutors.

You can ask your own question or look at similar Maths questions.

5+x=14

x=14-5

x=9

5+x=14

x=14-5

x=9

5+x=14

x=14-5

x=9

5+x=14

x=14-5

x=9

X=14-5

X=9

5+x=14

x=14-5

x=9

5+x=14

x=14-5

x=9

5+x=9

x=14-5

x=9

5 + x = 14

x = 14 - 5

x = 9

5+x= 14

x=14-5

here 5 can be transffered to right hand side

then

x= 14-5

x=9

5+x=4

soln;

when a number cross the equal sign it chnges so when +5 crosses it becomes -5 therefore unkown( x) will be solved this way

x=14-5

x=9

5+x=4

soln;

when a number cross the equal sign it chnges so when +5 crosses it becomes -5 therefore unkown( x) will be solved this way

x=14-5

x=9

5+x=14

x=14-5 ; get 5 to the right hand side and subtract it from 14.

x=9

5 + x=14

x=14-5

x=9

5 + x=14

x=14-5

x=9

5 + x=14

x=14-5

x=9

5 + x = 14

x = (14 - 5)

therefore x = 9

5+x=14

X=14-5

X=9

Bring 5 over to the right

x=14-5

x=9

What do you add to 5 to make 14?

Answer: 9   (5 + 9 = 14)

Therefore x = 9

What do you add to 5 to make 14?

Answer: 9   (5 + 9 = 14)

Therefore x = 9

X represents a number.

We need to separate x so it is on one side of the ‘=‘ by itself. So we take the steps as follows...

X = 14–5

X= 9

X represents a number.

We need to separate x so it is on one side of the ‘=‘ by itself. So we take the steps as follows...

X = 14–5

X= 9

x = 9

because 14-5=9

X=14-5

X=9

X=14-5

X=9

The symbol X represents a number

therefore 5 + (unknown number) = 14

this means we can find the unknown number by doing 14 - 5 = X

so X=9

Q: 5+x=14

Ans: x=14-5

x= 9

Here x is a number. It might be any number but you're not sure yet what it is and you have to work out what it is.

You know that 5 + x = 14 so you are looking for a number you can add to 5 to make 14.

To work out the answer you can count on from 5 to 14 and find that the answer is 9 or you could do 14 - 5 is 9.

In algebra, the way we would write this is like this

5 + x = 14 (then take 5 off both sides to just leave x on the left hand side)

5 + x - 5 = 14 - 5

x = 9

Always make sure that whatever you did to the left hand side, you do to the right hand side as well. Remember too that = means 'has the same value as' and doesn't mean 'answer'.

5+x=14

take 5 to RHS(so sign will change)

x=14-5

x=9

9

x=14-5

x=9

Here we need to isolate the x variable.

This can be done by subtracting 5 from both sides of the equation. By this means, we get the right answer:

x = 9.

Very simple Becca-

Just try to isolate 'x'

So we subract '5' from both the sides -

5+x -5   =   14  -5

x = 9

Always try to isolate the variable. This can be done by adding or subtacting something on both the sides.

Here the variable was x and we subtracted 5 from both the sides.

I hope ur question is clarified now. To learn more amazing concepts like these, join me in a session. Have a great day ahead. Thank you

X=14-5

X=9

This problem is pretty simple. This is Basic Algebra.

Initially, we have,

5+x=14

We need to solve to find 'x'.

We can here, subtract both sides by 5.

So,

(5+x)-5=14-5

Therefore, x=9

Thank You.

x=14-5=9

5+x=14

now we will move number 5 to right hand side.

x= 14-5

x=9

You use the balance method, which means that you have to subtract 5 from both sides of the equation (remember, you try to isolate x) which gives you 14-5, hence x=9.

x = 14 - 5

= 9

This is done as follows;

1. Rearrange the equation so that (x) is on one side by itself  ( x=14-5)

Kindly note that when you take a positive value across an equal sign (=) it becomes negative and vice versa

Therefore, X = 9

so, 5+9=14