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  2. anonymous
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    D, line five. To convert 3x = 24 to x=? you have to divide by three on both sides. That's x = 8, not x = 21.

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    THX

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    line 5

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    x cant =21

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    can i get a medal 2

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    Have a medal

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    BY

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