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Solve for x. 3 • 4 – 3 • 7 = 3(x – 7) A. 6 B. 4 C. –10 D. –3 Question Resources
3 • 4 – 3 • 7 = 3(4 – 7) Therefore x is 4
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3 • 4 – 3 • 7 = 3(4 – 7)
Therefore x is 4
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