pucusana
  • pucusana
Given that 2x+7=27 and 3x+1=28, does 2x+7=3x+1? Explain.
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MathewR.
  • MathewR.
No if 2x + 7 = 27 and 3x+1= 28 then it doesn't = eachother
anonymous
  • anonymous
No because the first equation equals 27 and the second equation equals 28
MathewR.
  • MathewR.
27 is not equal to 28

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anonymous
  • anonymous
^^ exactly

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