Q: What is an equation with the answer of 5?

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No, an equation needs an "=".

only one value will make the equation true: 2x = 5 x=5/2 x=2.5

"430 5" is not an equation and it does not have an unknown value. So there can be no equation which has the same unknown value.

If you mean: y = 2x+5 then it is a straight line equation.

If you mean points of: (-4, 5) and (1, -5) then the equation is y =-2x-3

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The equation of a vertical line x = 5 or the equation of a horizontal line y = 5.

An equation does not need variables. 4+5=9 is an equation as is 5+W=9

No, an equation needs an "=".

There is no equation. An equation is true, whereas the statement ( 5 + 7 = -12 ) is false.

if equation is y = -6x -5 then when x = 0 y = -5 which is true

only one value will make the equation true: 2x = 5 x=5/2 x=2.5

"430 5" is not an equation and it does not have an unknown value. So there can be no equation which has the same unknown value.

Add 5 to both sides of the equation to get rid of the - 5. -3x - 5 + 5 = -20 + 5 Solve and simplify. -3x = -15 Divide both sides of the equation by -3. x = 5

It is a linear equation in x. The equation has the solution x = 0.

The equation of the line is: y = -x-5

If you mean: y = 2x+5 then it is a straight line equation.

I'm assuming the equation is 10 - 2x = 0? If that's the case, the answer is 5 (not -5)