algebra 10th grade

Solve for x?
0 = -9/5 x -9

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asked by mary
  1. 0 = -9/5 x -9

    9 = -9/5x

    9/-9/5 = x

    9* (-5/9) = x

    -45/9 = -5 = x

    posted by Ms. Sue
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    320km /1hr →1m/1.609km =320m/1.609hr÷=199.3mph
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