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# Solve the equation. Write a reason for each step.

8(−x − 6) = −50 − 10x

Hint:

### using the additive property and subtraction property ,division property on both sides .solve for x.

## The correct answer is: x = 1

### Ans:- x = 1

Given ,8(-x − 6) = -50-10x.

By left distributive property - 8x − 48 = - 50 -10x

Adding 48 on both sides by additive property of equality both sides remain equal.

- 8x − 48 + 48 = - 50 -10x + 48

- 8x = -10x - 2

Adding 10x on both sides by additive property of equality both sides remain equal.

- 8x +10x = -10x - 2 +10x

2x = - 2

Dividing 2 by division property of equality both sides remains equal.

x = -1

∴ x = -1

Adding 10x on both sides by additive property of equality both sides remain equal.

Dividing 2 by division property of equality both sides remains equal.

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