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Given the equation 3x + 25 = 7x − 5, which order of operations completely solves for x? A.) Add 3x, then subtract 25, lastly divide by 10 B.) Subtract 3x, then add 5, lastly divide by 4 C.) Add 7x, then add 25, lastly divide by 10 D.) Subtract 7x, then add 5, lastly divide by 10

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  1. hartnn
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    since we need to isolate x we bring all the x terms on one side for that we need to subtract 3x from both sides so that it goes from left side to right side so subtract 3x from both sides in 3x+25 = 7x-5 and tell me what u get

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