Help !! There’s Two Truths and One Lie Below are three statements. 2 are true and one is not. Which one of the statements is not true? Explain how you know this
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There’s Two Truths and One Lie
Below are three statements. 2 are true and one is not. Which one of the
statements is not true? Explain how you know this.
1) To solve x  3 = 6, you could add 3 to both sides.
2) To solve x  3 = 6, you could subtract 3 from both sides.
3) To solve x  3 = 6, you could think of a number that when you subtract 3 would
give you 6.
Use the ( RACE )method to answer. Type your answer in the box below using complete
sentences. Your answer should have at least 23 sentences.
R: Restate the problem
A: Answer the question
C: (not used in math)
E: Explain
There’s Two Truths and One Lie
Below are three statements. 2 are true and one is not. Which one of the
statements is not true? Explain how you know this.
1) To solve x  3 = 6, you could add 3 to both sides.
2) To solve x  3 = 6, you could subtract 3 from both sides.
3) To solve x  3 = 6, you could think of a number that when you subtract 3 would
give you 6.
Use the ( RACE )method to answer. Type your answer in the box below using complete
sentences. Your answer should have at least 23 sentences.
R: Restate the problem
A: Answer the question
C: (not used in math)
E: Explain
1 Answer

1. User Answers Annameme
Answer:
1 & 3 correct, not sure how race method is used but it should be enough
Stepbystep explanation:
1 is correct since when you add 3 to 3 you get zero and leaves x on the left of the equal sign. then it's equally on both side so you add 3 to 6
2 isn't correct, 33 gives 6 and x6=3 won't give much of an answer
3 is also correct. You basically think "a number that's 6 when you take away 3? could it be 9?" then you try and go 93? yes it's 6.