solve? 3.6x-16=2.2x+8

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3.6x - 16 = 2.2x + 8;

3.6x - 2.2x = 8 + 16;

1.4x = 24;

x = 24/1.4;

x = 17.14286 (rounded)

3.6x - 2.2x = 8 + 16;

1.4x = 24;

x = 24/1.4;

x = 17.14286 (rounded)

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