How do i find the value of x that is placed as the numerator? ×/5+1=-6

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How do i find the value of x that is placed as the numerator?
×/5+1=-6

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    2021-09-10T18:02:50+00:00

    \cfrac{x}{5 {+} 1}=-6

    First, simplify the denominator
    \cfrac{x}{6}=-6

    Second, to find the value of x, we should move 6 to the right side. On the left side, 6 acts as the divisor. After moving to the right side, it becomes the dividend (multiplication)
    \cfrac{x}{6}=-6
    x=-6 \times 6
    x=-36

    The value of x is -36

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