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\not(x+4)=\not(x+4)(x+4) \\\\ 0=(x+4) \\\\ 0=x+4 \\\\ \boxed{x=-4}
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um.. if any of you didn't notice >.<
Any number divided by itself is equal to 1 >.<
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Case 1:
(x+4)=(x+4)(x+4)
We divide both sides by (x+4)
1=x+4 \\ -3=x

Case 2:
The value of x+4  is 0
x+4=0 \\ x=-4

Therefore x is either -3 or -4.
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