Watch this brief video, paying attention to the examples being used to explain how to solve general linear equations with one variable. You may watch the video as often as you please. You may refer to the video when doing your homework, if necessary. Please note that there is a small math error at the 3:15-minute mark in the video; the 5 is not distributed correctly on the right side. The correct answer to the example is -6. For a full explanation of how to solve the problem, please read the "Revision to Tyler Wallace's 'Linear Equations in One Variable'".