Mathematics

Solve the Equation $$U-5=15$$ and state the axiom that you use here.


SOLUTION
u - 5 = 15

=> u = 15 + 5

=> u = 20

The Axiom used above is Transposition according to which when a number is shifted to the other side sign changes.
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