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Q: Solve the equation 30x plus 5 x?

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For the equation: x5+7x3-30x=0 The highest exponent in the entire equation is 5 (from x5), so the equation is of degree 5.

The question contains an algebraic expression but there is no equation to solve.

2x + 5 - 5 = 2x. You can not solve for x because this is not an equation.

9x2 + 30x + 25

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For the equation: x5+7x3-30x=0 The highest exponent in the entire equation is 5 (from x5), so the equation is of degree 5.

The question contains an algebraic expression but there is no equation to solve.

2x + 5 - 5 = 2x. You can not solve for x because this is not an equation.

That's 35 - 30x. The GCF of 35 and 30x is 5.

The equation does not have a solution.

9x2 + 30x + 25

The answer to the equation 9 plus 5 times 0 equals 45. This was taught in 5 grade math.

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-11=18+s/5

Without an equality sign it's not an equation but it can be simplified to: 7x-5

Y=0.5 and X=1

Set up the equation and solve: x + 5 = -13 (next subtract 5 from each side of the equation to solve for x) x = -18