Solve for x given that : 0= -(2/3)x+30  

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justaguide eNotes educator| Certified Educator

We have to solve 0= -(2/3)x+30

0= -(2/3)x+30

subtract 30 from both the sides

=> 0 -30 = -(2/3)x + 30 -30

=> -30 = -(2/3)x

multiply both the sides with -3/2

=> -30*(-3/2) = (-3/2)(-2/3)x

=> 90/2 = x

=> x = 45

The equation 0= -(2/3)x+30 is in this way solved to give x = 45

cjdoczzs | Student
2/3x=30 3(2/3x)= 30*3 2x=90 2x/2= 90/2 x=45
dartharceus | Student

u subtract 30 from both sides, you get -30=-(2/3)x

therefore, 30=(2/3)x

hence x = 30 divide by 2/3 which is 45

x=45

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