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Solve. 10/3x + 4/3 = 7 + x/2x
A) x = 1/3
B) x = 17/5x
C) x = 1/5
D) x = 1/6

thinking it's A.. help?(:

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It's C

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Here is the work

10/3x + 4/3 = (7+x)/2x
Multiply both sides by 6x:
2*10 + 8x = 3(7+x)
20 + 8x = 21+3x
8x-3x = 21-20 = 1
5x = 1
X = 1/5.

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