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9x + 26 + 7x - 17 = 2x + (-3x) + 5x
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9x + 26 + 7x - 17 = 2x + (-3x) + 5x
16x + 9 = 4x
16x - 4x = -9
12x = -9
x = -9/12 = -3/4
Added 148 days ago|5/28/2014 11:59:42 PM
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