# How do you solve #-3/7x=12/35#?

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To solve the equation -3/7x = 12/35, multiply both sides of the equation by the reciprocal of -3/7, which is -7/3.

(-3/7x) * (-7/3) = (12/35) * (-7/3)

This simplifies to:

x = (12/35) * (-7/3) * (-1/3)

x = -28/105

Therefore, the solution to the equation is x = -28/105.

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