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If I have an equation: 7X/2 +5=8 How would I get X? Do I divide the fraction or multiply?

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  1. Ldaniel Group Title
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    7X/2=3

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    7x/2=8-5 7x/2=3 7x=6 x=6/7

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    X=6/7

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  4. jewjewbri Group Title
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    Oh so I would multiply the 2 and 3, then put the 6 and 7 into a fraction?

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  5. jewjewbri Group Title
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    How would that be a fraction, I'm lost on that part

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    what part

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  7. jewjewbri Group Title
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    The part about the fraction at the end?

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    \[7x/2 +5=8\] \[7x/2=3\] \[7x=6\] \[x=6/7\]

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    6/7?

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  10. Ldaniel Group Title
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    thats your answer for x

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  11. Ldaniel Group Title
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    its about 0.86

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  12. shaik0124 Group Title
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    i solved already no need to rply same thing@ld

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  13. Ldaniel Group Title
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    well i did to @shaik0124

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  14. shaik0124 Group Title
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    y

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  15. Ldaniel Group Title
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    cause i can

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  16. shaik0124 Group Title
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    :)

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  17. jewjewbri Group Title
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    Thank You both for the help :)

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  18. shaik0124 Group Title
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    now go to sleep or take rest :)

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