# How do you solve #34,000- \frac { 4000} { 3} x = 2000#?

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To solve the equation (34,000 - \frac{4000}{3}x = 2000), follow these steps:

- Start by isolating the term with (x) by subtracting (34,000) from both sides of the equation:

[34,000 - 34,000 - \frac{4000}{3}x = 2000 - 34,000]

This simplifies to:

[-\frac{4000}{3}x = -32,000]

- Next, multiply both sides of the equation by (-\frac{3}{4000}) to isolate (x):

[\left(-\frac{3}{4000}\right) \cdot \left(-\frac{4000}{3}x\right) = \left(-\frac{3}{4000}\right) \cdot (-32,000)]

This simplifies to:

[x = \frac{3}{4000} \cdot 32,000]

- Calculate the value of (x):

[x = \frac{3}{4000} \cdot 32,000]

[x = \frac{96,000}{4000}]

[x = 24]

So, the solution to the equation (34,000 - \frac{4000}{3}x = 2000) is (x = 24).

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