I'm going to try this one more time, please help as my brain is completely fried, I am trying to solve a simple equation for x .............. x/3 - 7/8 = 2/5(x + 15/4)
What I have so far is this:
x/3 - 7/8 = 2/5(x + 15/4)
x/3 - 7/8 = 2/5x + 3/2
x/3 - 7/8 + 7/8 = 2/5x + 3/2 + 7/8
x/3 = 2/5x + 51/40
Now here is where I got a little stuck,
x/3 - 2/5x = 2/5x - 2/5x + 51/40
? = 51/40
Am I wrong so far, this is how we did it for practice?

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