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5(x-7)=3(x-2)+2x

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    multiply the () by the 5. and the second () by 3.

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    5x-35=5x-6

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    5(x-7)=3(x-2)+2x 5x - 35 = 3x -6 +2x -35 =-6 impossible

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    so there are no solutions

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    |dw:1334004855564:dw|

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    yup, @hoblos is correct, the 5x will cancel out and you will have no variable to set the value equal so it doesnt make sense for two numbers to be equal toeach other if its not the same nubmer!... the answer: no value

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    got it

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