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Homework Help: Algebra

Posted by Elisabeth on Friday, November 26, 2010 at 1:02pm.

I am helping my daughter with her algebra and we came across a symbol neither of us has seen before. She is solving two sided equations. For this problem, I do see it set up in the book, but it is related to geometry, which they have not covered. She says that they never covered this. This is what the teacher gave her. All I need to know is how to set it up.

(4x-2)[a huge X](5x-3)

These are on one side of the X and the other. Not one the top and bottom.

I'll try to make a sketch and put it up.

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