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if the \$180 you spend each month on room and board represents 3/5 of your monthly income,what is your monthly income?

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3/5x = 180

Multiply both sides by 5 and divide both sides by 3.

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when I multipied both sides by 5 and divided both sides by 3 I didn't get a x=? for a answer

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