Q: How do you Simplify 5x 9 7x-11?

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7 & 11 have no common factor: both are prime.

minus 4 plus 9 = 5, so 5x

Set up the equation and solve: -27 = 8x - 5x (next simplify by subtracting 5x from 8x)) -27 = 3x (next divide both sides of the equation by 3) -27/3 = 3x/3 (next simplify and solve) -9 = x

5x^2 + 14x - 3x^2 - 9 = 2x^2 + 14x - 9

5x +50x

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6x - 9 - x = 6Combine like terms on the left side:5x - 9 = 6Add 9 to each side:5x = 15Divide each side by 5:x = 3By the time you simplify it, you've solved it.

7 & 11 have no common factor: both are prime.

5x - 4x = x

minus 4 plus 9 = 5, so 5x

Set up the equation and solve: -27 = 8x - 5x (next simplify by subtracting 5x from 8x)) -27 = 3x (next divide both sides of the equation by 3) -27/3 = 3x/3 (next simplify and solve) -9 = x

5x^2 + 14x - 3x^2 - 9 = 2x^2 + 14x - 9

5x +50x

you can't because it is not an equation but you can simplify it. The simplified version would be 5x times 9

2x plus 5x simplified is 7x.

Set up the equation and solve: -27 = 8x - 5x (next simplify by subtracting 5x from 8x)) -27 = 3x (next divide both sides of the equation by 3) -27/3 = 3x/3 (next simplify and solve) -9 = x