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I will show you the steps. You should be able to carry them out.
1. Get rid of the 5 on the left by transferring it to the right, while obeying the rules.
2. Write the right side as a fraction with 16 as denominator.
3. Calculate 4^3.
4. Get rid of the number that multiply x by transferring to the right side, while obeying the rules.
5.Express the right hand side as a fraction reduced to its simplest form (Hint:a factor 16 will simplify).
6. Give the result as fraction or calculate its decimal value if that is what is asked.
Hope it helps.

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