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Re: Does 7x = 14 + 2x? (1) -3x is greater than or equal to -9. (2) 2x is [#permalink]
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(1) -3x is greater than or equal to -9.

Is there a better way to do this ?I understood from the get-go that x can be a +ve integer, + non integer, 0, -ve integer, -ve non-integer however, I just wasted so much time trying to get one possible answer where the first statement can be refuted.
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Re: Does 7x = 14 + 2x? (1) -3x is greater than or equal to -9. (2) 2x is [#permalink]
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