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solve equation(rational expression)

3/10=5/x
3x=50
x=50/3
x=16 2/3

is this right.

  • intermidate algebra -

    I believe you are right. WHatever you do to one side of the equation, you have to do to the other, and it seems like you followed that algebra rule correctly.

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    It is right. Good job.

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