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posted by anonymous .
I want to make sure that I understand how to do this problem.
What is the value of x if 3/2x2=15 + x?
Would the solution be 2/9?

No.
I assume you mean (3/2)x at the beginning, not 3/(2x) or 3/(2x2). They would lead to different answers.
x/2 = 17
x = 34
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