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First to answer correctly gets medal and fan!!! Solve, showing all steps. 3x + 7/56 = x/14

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All you got to do is bring the x's on one side and the numbers on the other: 14 + -3x + -1x < 56 + 3x Combine like terms: -3x + -1x < -4x 14 + -4x < 56 + 3x Solving 14 + -4x < 56 + 3x Move all terms containing x to the left, all other terms to the right. Add '-3x' to each side of the equation. 14 + -4x + -3x < 56 + 3x + -3x Combine like terms: -4x + -3x = -7x 14 + -7x < 56 + 3x + -3x Combine like terms: 3x + -3x = 0 14 + -7x < 56 + 0 14 + -7x < 56 Add '-14' to each side of the equation. 14 + -14 + -7x < 56 + -14 Combine like terms: 14 + -14 = 0 0 + -7x < 56 + -14 -7x < 56 + -14 Combine like terms: 56 + -14 < 42 -7x < 42 Divide each side by '-7'. x > -6 Simplifying x > -6

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A regular pentagon has sides measuring 8 cm. The pentagon is enlarged using a scale factor of 5/2 . Part 1) What are the lengths of each side of the enlarged pentagon? Part b) What is the perimeter of the enlarged pentagon?

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