Solve the Proportion for x: 21/x = 7/5 (Points : 5)
A) x = 147/5
B) x = 1/15
C) x = 15
D) x = 105

21/x = 7/5; 7x = 5(21); 7x = 105; x = 105/7; x = 15

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21/x = 7/5;

7x = 5(21);

7x = 105;

x = 105/7;

x = 15

7x = 5(21);

7x = 105;

x = 105/7;

x = 15

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