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Find the value of x in the equation 2(x – 3) + 5x = 5(2x + 6). A. –12 B. 12 C. –2 D. 2
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User: Find the value of x in the equation 2(x – 3) + 5x = 5(2x + 6). A. –12 B. 12 C. –2 D. 2

Weegy: 2(x – 3) + 5x = 5(2x + 6); 2x - 6 + 5x = 10x + 30 ; 7x - 6 = 10x + 30 ; 7x - 10x = 30 + 6 ; -3x = 36 ; x = 36/-3 ; x = -12
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User: Find the value of n in the equation 6.2n – 3.7n = 85 + 45. A. 13.13 B. 16 C. 52 D. 325

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6.2n – 3.7n = 85 + 45
2.5n = 130
n = 130/2.5
n = 52
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