I'm not sure this is a question.

Thanks!

I can see that the latex link is from AoPS, so I'm assuming that your question is from AoPS. You should not be asking those questions here. Please try to solve it on your own.

Hmm. . . I'm not sure why you changed your question to \(60-5x\). Anyways, you can't solve for \(x\) in this situation; as the equation isn't complete. But you can simplify it into:

\(\frac{60-5x}{5}= 12-x\)

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You can plug it into a calculator or and get:

\(\frac{1500}{75}\)\(=20\)

Answer:

75 can go into 1500 20 times.

If \(50x = 500\), then:

Divide both sides by \(50\):

\(\frac{50x}{50} = \frac{500}{50}\)

This simplifies to:

\( x = 10\)

Ok! Thanks! I completely understand the problem now. Thanks!