how do i work out 7(x+4)=10(x+1)

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Asked 10/7/2010 1:33:16 PM

Updated 2/17/2014 1:40:26 PM

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7(x+4)=10(x+1)

7x + 28 = 10x + 10

7x - 10x = 10 - 28

-3x = -18

x = -18/-3

x = 6

7x + 28 = 10x + 10

7x - 10x = 10 - 28

-3x = -18

x = -18/-3

x = 6

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