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60-5x

 Jan 15, 2021
edited by Guest  Jan 15, 2021
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If \(50x = 500\), then: 

 

Divide both sides by \(50\):

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

 

This simplifies to:

\( x = 10\)

 

 

cool guest.exe

 Jan 15, 2021
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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: 

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

 

cool guest.exe

 Jan 15, 2021
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Not so sure you can do that simplification of a math EXPRESSION......sad

Guest Jan 15, 2021
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...BUT you CAN change it to  

         5 ( 12 - x)

Guest Jan 15, 2021

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