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rcb95 Group Title

5x/7=22 z=?

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  1. pratu043 Group Title
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    But there's no 'z' in the equation, only x.

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  2. ParthKohli Group Title
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    A RANDOM VARIABLE \(z\) HAZ POPPED UP ZOMG!!!

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  3. theredhead1617 Group Title
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    x = 29

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  4. joshuamcelwain Group Title
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    Multiply 22 by 7... 5x=110 x=22 if thats what you want!

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  5. ParthKohli Group Title
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    @theredhead1617 @joshuamcelwain Are 22 and 29 the same numbers?

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  6. theredhead1617 Group Title
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    What?

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  7. ParthKohli Group Title
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    @joshuamcelwain Do you think that \(22 \times = 110\)?

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  8. ParthKohli Group Title
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    22 x 7^

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  9. theredhead1617 Group Title
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    No sorry I was wrong it's x = 29/5. That's what he wants.

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    22*7/5 no 1 esle is correct

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    154/5

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  12. joshuamcelwain Group Title
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    Yeah woops, 22*7 is 154. You would then divide that by 5 to get 154/5 or 30.8

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    5x – 7 = 22 add 7 both sides 5x = 22+7 = 29 5x = 29 divide by 5 both sides x = 29/5 = 5 4/5

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