When solving -1/5 (x − 25) = 7, what is the correct sequence of operations? A:Multiply each side by negative one over f

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When solving -1/5 (x − 25) = 7, what is the correct sequence of operations?

A:Multiply each side by negative one over five , add 25 to each side
B:Multiply each side by 5, subtract 25 from each side
C:Multiply each side by negative one over five , subtract 25 from each side
D;Multiply each side by −5, add 25 to each side

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Hailey 2 weeks 2021-09-09T13:17:44+00:00 2 Answers 0

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    2021-09-09T13:19:02+00:00

    Answer:

    It is C. Multiply each side by negative one over five , subtract 25 from each side.

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    2021-09-09T13:19:12+00:00

    Answer:

    D;Multiply each side by −5, add 25 to each side

    Step-by-step explanation:

    -1/5 (x − 25) = 7

    To solve this equation, we will first multiply both-side of the equation by -5

    -5 × -1/5(x-25) =7 × 5

    (At the left-hand side of this equation, the  5 we multiplied will cancel the 5 at the denominator, leaving us with just ‘1’ since negative multiply by negative is positive), Hence our equation becomes;

    (x – 25) = 35

    x – 25 = 35

    Then the next thing to do is to add 25 to both-side of the equation in other to get the value of your x

    x -25 + 25 = 35 + 25

    x=60

    Therefore,  option D is the correct sequence of operation to follow to enable you solve the equation.

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