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6 2/3 (8x ) 5 9 3 sq root. 24X y 3 sq root. 1 ___ 2 2X Solve for X 10X-2(5-X) = 7X-2(3+x)

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6 2/3 (8x ) 5 9 3 sq root. 24X y 3 sq root. 1 ___ 2 2X Solve for X 10X-2(5-X) = 7X-2(3+x)

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