X= Ten in roman numerals
After about 10 hours of busting my head I figured it out. X (X)= T (ten) in RN (Roman Numberals). Hope I helped you out.
If: 7t = x Then: t = x/7
Do mean find the polynomial given its roots ? If so the answer is (x -r1)(x-r2)...(x-rn) where r1,r2,.. rn is the given list roots.
xyz = t Divide both sides of the equation by "yz" to find the value of x: x = t/yz
T = 3x + 7y; x = 4; y = 6T = 3x + 7y (substitute 4 for x, and 6 for y)T = 3(4) + 7(6) = 12 + 42 = 54
T/y = x/wMultiply each side by 'x':Tw/y = x
It is an equation containing 3 variables, D, d, and t.
x = 50