# Find x when x ix (-(-x)

## To find the value of x when x = (-(-x)), we first need to simplify the expression.

The negative sign in front of x, -x, indicates that x is being multiplied by -1. So (-(-x)) can be rewritten as (-1)(-x).

Now, to multiply two negative numbers, we follow the rule that states that a negative multiplied by a negative gives a positive result. So, (-1)(-x) becomes positive x, or just x.

Therefore, x = x.

In other words, the value of x could be any real number.