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6 = 1 - 2n + 5

Subtract 6 from each side:

0 = - 2n

Divide each side by -2 :

n = 0

Q: How do you solve 6 equals 1-2n plus 5?

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depends what 'a' =

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x= -.5

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The equation does not have a solution.

depends what 'a' =

x=7