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Q: What is the least common multiple of 5x and 12x?

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-10/3

12x - 14 = 5x12x = 5x + 147x = 14x = 2

If you're adding them, that equals 12x

you factor out the common 5so it would be: 5(x + 2)so that when you multiply back out 5 by x you get 5x and 5 by 2 you get 10

12x = 36

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5x + 10 = 5(x+2) 6x2 + 12x = 6x(x+2) The only common factor is x+2

5x-3 = 11+12x 5x-12x = 11+3 -7x = 14 x = -2

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12x - 14 = 5x12x = 5x + 147x = 14x = 2

After collecting like terms, (3 - 5x - 5 - 12x) reduces to (-2 - 17x).

-12x-2Given: -5x-(7x+2)This is the same as -5x-1(7x+2). Use the distributive property and multiply the -1 through (7x+2).-5x-7x-2Simplify.-12x-2

Think of this a 12 x-rays + 5 x-rays Makes 17 x-rays. 12x+5x=17x

assuming you meant 5x2+12x+4 (5x+2)(x+2)

There is only one solution to the equation 12x + 6 = 5x, which is x = -0.857 (rounded to three decimal places).

5x-8 + 7x 12x-8 12x = 8 x = 8/12 x= 2/3

It is: 12x