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In order to solve an equation like this, we need to **isolate the variable**. To do this, we need to get rid of \(5\) from \(x\). Since \(5\) is being multiplied to \(x\), we need to do the opposite operation, which is division. When we divide \(5\) from \(x\), we also have to divide \(5\) from \(25\). When \(5\) divides \(25\)â€‹, we get \(5\), so your result is \(x = 5\).

- Daisy

dierdurst Aug 24, 2018

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In order to solve an equation like this, we need to **isolate the variable**. To do this, we need to get rid of \(5\) from \(x\). Since \(5\) is being multiplied to \(x\), we need to do the opposite operation, which is division. When we divide \(5\) from \(x\), we also have to divide \(5\) from \(25\). When \(5\) divides \(25\)â€‹, we get \(5\), so your result is \(x = 5\).

- Daisy

dierdurst Aug 24, 2018