Solve: "X" + 7 - "8x"/3 = "17x"/6 - "5x"/8 - Mathematics

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Solve: `"x" + 7 - "8x"/3 = "17x"/6 - "5x"/8`

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Solution

`"x" + 7 - "8x"/3 = "17x"/6 - "5x"/8`

`x + 7-(8x)/3-(17x)/6+(5x)/8=0`

`(24x+168-64x-68x+15x)/24=0`

`168+39x-132x=0`

`168-93x=0`

`168=93x`

`x=168/93 =56/31`

`x = 1 25/31`

Concept: Solving Linear Inequations
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Chapter 14: Linear Equations in one Variable - Exercise 14 (C) [Page 169]

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Chapter 14 Linear Equations in one Variable
Exercise 14 (C) | Q 1.06 | Page 169

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