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What do we get when we transpose 4 to the RHS in the equation x+4=10?

A
x=10
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B
x=6
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x=14
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x=3
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Solution

The correct option is A x=6
Changing side is called transposing. While transposing a number, we change its sign.
Transposing a number (i.e., changing the side of the number) is the same as performing a mathematical operation on both sides.

In the given equation, x+4=10.
x+4=10
x=104 [Transposing 4 to the other side]
x=6

Hence, we get x=6.

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