# How do you solve #2/(3+x) = 25#?

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To solve the equation 2/(3+x) = 25, we can start by cross-multiplying. This gives us 2 = 25(3+x). Next, we distribute 25 to both terms inside the parentheses: 2 = 75 + 25x. To isolate the variable, we subtract 75 from both sides: -73 = 25x. Finally, we divide both sides by 25 to solve for x: x = -73/25.

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