Hi as you will see my maths is rubbish but I am trying to learn and would be most grateful for some help.
This is a basic algebra problem that I am trying to solve
x+3-k=6-3k
the answer is given as
X=3-2k
I got as far as
X-k=3-3k
so
X-k+k=3-3k+k
so to get X=3-2k
3-3 must equal 3, this I don't understand, I would have thought 3-3=0?
This is how to solve this equation.
x+3-k=6-3k
x = 6-3-3k+k
x = 3-2k
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