x/9+8=8
x/9 + 8 = 8 x/9 = 8 - 8; x/9 = 0; x = 0/9; x = 0
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x/9 + 8 = 8

x/9 = 8 - 8;

x/9 = 0;

x = 0/9;

x = 0
Added 7/26/2014 11:01:46 PM
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5x/8+10=2
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5x/8 = -8;

5x = -8 * 8;

5x = -64;

x = -64/5

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2x/5 + 1 = 7;

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