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The original formula is: x-7=-13.

x=-13+7

x=-6

Q: How do you find the value of X in this problem X-7 equals -13?

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13(1)-7(1)=6.

It is: 13*13 = 169

7q+13 = 52 7q = 52-13 7q = 39 q = 39/7

The answer to the problem of 13 equals -4x plus 9 is x equals -1.

The value if Y in 16y times 164 would be 10. This is a math problem.

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13(1)-7(1)=6.

13 + 2x = 32x = 3 - 132x = -10x = -5

It is: 13*13 = 169

First, you would add 13+13, which equals 26. Then you would subtract 26-13 which equals 13. So the problem would be 26-13=13.

7q+13 = 52 7q = 52-13 7q = 39 q = 39/7

The answer to the problem of 13 equals -4x plus 9 is x equals -1.

The value if Y in 16y times 164 would be 10. This is a math problem.

Because the value of C equals 13

The answer to the problem of 12X plus 13 equals 9 is x equals -1/3.

4a-13 = 19 Add 13 to both sides: 4a = 32 Divide both sides by 4 to find the value of a: a = 8

this is an additional problem

you can do 1x13=13..............................I just think that is the only problem..............