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-2/5 x=6/35
could the answer be - 15/14?????


solve using the multiplication principle, so lost to even figure it out

  • algebra -

    -(2/5)x=6/35

    Divide both sides by -(2/5)

    x = (6/35) / -(2/5)
    x = (6/35) * -(5/2)

    x = -(30/70)
    x + -3/7

  • algebra -

    -2/5 x = 6/35
    Multiply both sides by 35
    -14x = 6
    x = -6/14 = -3/7

  • algebra -

    thank you after i looked back over it I saw that I didn't break it down far enough

  • algebra -

    (x power 3)+ 14x -6=0 ????

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