i get this equation from my textbook and it says x = 0,45

Mathematics, 15.05.2016 13:57 keishlav5183

# Solve this equation below:

i get this equation from my textbook and it says x = 0,45

write down full calculation for this equation.

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Solve this equation below:

i get this equation from my textbook and it says x = 0,45

i get this equation from my textbook and it says x = 0,45

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