# How do you solve 9e+4=-5e+14+13e

Donald Johnson 2021-12-15 Answered
How do you solve $9e+4=-5e+14+13e$
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intacte87
First, group and combine like terms on the right side of the equation:
$9e+4=-5e+13e+14$
$9e+4=\left(-5+13\right)e+14$
$9e+4=8e+14$
Now, subtract 4 and 8e from each side of the equation to solve for e while keeping the equation balanced:
$9e-8e+4-4=8e-8e+14-4$
$\left(9-8\right)e+0=0+10$
$1e=10$
$e=10$
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Hattie Schaeffer
Move all the expressions to the left side of the equation.
$9e+4+5e-14-13e=0$
Simplify $9e+4+5e-14-13e$
Add $9e$ and $5e$
$14e+4-14-13e=0$
Subtract $13e$ from $14e$
$e+4-14=0$
Subtract 14 from 4
$e-10=0$
Add $9e$ and $5e$
$14e+4-14-13e=0$
Subtract 14 from 4
$e-10=0$
Subtract 10 from 2.718281182
$-7.28171817=0$
Since $-7.2817187\ne 0$ there are no solutions.