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-17 = 10x + 3

  10x = - 17 - 3

10x = - 20

x = - 20/10

x = - 2
by Level 8 User (36.8k points)

I belive the awnser is this so let's see, -17 = 10x + 3. Move the 10x to the front of the equals sign and add 3 to the -17. So the problem should look like this now: 10x = -17 + 3. Now add them together and you should get 10x = -14. Now subtract 10 from 10x and they cancel. Then subtract 10 from -14 and you should get -24. So x should equal -24. Now, to let you now that I do not guarantee a 100% legitimete awnser, but I will do my best.384

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