MATH ALGEBRA

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Can someone explain how to do this problem pleeeeasseeee. i need help .:/

. 3x – 11 = 10 – 4x



THANKS SO MUCH!

  • MATH ALGEBRA -

    3x+4x=10+11
    7x=22
    x=22/7
    x=3.14

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    Thank you so much , jjj ! :)

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