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using multiplication princple, -4/7x=12/35
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User: using multiplication princple, -4/7x=12/35

Weegy: -4/7x = 12/35 -140/7x = 12 -140 = 84x 84x = -140 x = -140/84 x = -5/3 x = -1 2/3 source: yahoo
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Using multiplication princple, the answer for -4/7x=12/35 is x= -3/5.
-4/7x=12/35
x=12/35 ÷ (-4/7)
x=12/35*(-7/4)
x=-12*7/35*4
x=-3/5.
X is a variable , -4/7 is coefficient.
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-x/7=1/16 ,x would be -0.4375.
-x/7=1/16
-x=7*1/16
x=-7/16.
x=-0.4375.
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