Algebra 1

1/5 + 3/25x - 3 = 2/3/5
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  1. 2/3/5 is an unusual expression. Is there a typo? If not, we have

    3/25 x = 2/3/5 + 3 - 1/5
    3/25 x = 2/15 + 3 - 1/5
    3/25 x = 46/15
    x = 46/15 * 25/3 = 46*5/3 = 230/3

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