First we need to determine which factors of 5 and 6 subtract to 13:
Factors of 5: 5 and 1
Factors of 6: 3 and 2, 6 and 1
Since we are trying to get to 13, I am focusing on the first pair that can get me greater than 13:
5*3=15, which leaves me with 1*2=2
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If the problem is: ...
This is a question mostly of order of operations. I solve from the center out:
4x-5=24x-21 (add 21 to both sides)
4x+16=24x (subtract 4x from both sides)