Algebra
posted by Patty G .
Solve
1.3(7x+4)=1.8(x+5)
choose the correct solution set below
A){xx¡Ü84/101}
B){xx¡Ü84/101}
C){xx¡Ý84/101}
D){xx¡Ý84/101}

Algebra 
Marth
1.3(7x + 4) = 1.8(x + 5)
Distribute.
1.3x + 5.2 = 1.8x + 9
Solve for x.
0.5x = 3.8
x = 7.6
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