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## Amin is attempting to solve the following equation. (x+1)(x+4)=(x-2)(x-3) solve the equation

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Amin is attempting to solve the following equation. (x+1)(x+4)=(x-2)(x-3) solve the equation

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2021-08-04T12:14:09+00:00
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Step-by-step explanation:Hey there!

Given;

(X+1) (X+4) = (x-2) (x-3)

Multiply (X+1) and (X+4) on left side and (x-2) and (x-3) on right side.

Simplify it.

Therefore,x=1/5.Hopeithelps....Answer: x = 1/5

After expanding, (x+1)(x+4) = (x-2)(x-3) becomes x² + 5x + 4 = x² – 5x + 6. Subtracting x² and adding 5x to both sides, we have 10x = 2 and x =

1/5. You can plug this in to check.i hope this was helpful! 😀