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# What is the value of x in the equation 0.2(x + 1) + 0.5x = -0.3(x - 4)?

**Solution:**

Given 0.2(x + 1) + 0.5x = -0.3(x - 4)

In order to solve for x, we need to isolate x and transpose all the other terms.

⇒ 0.2(x + 1) + 0.5x = -0.3(x - 4)

⇒ 0.2x + 0.2 + 0.5x = -0.3x + 1.2

⇒ 0.7x + 0.2 = -0.3x + 1.2

⇒ 0.7x + 0.3x = 1.2 - 0.2

⇒ 1.0x = 1.0

⇒ x = 1

The value of x is 1

## What is the value of x in the equation 0.2(x + 1) + 0.5x = -0.3(x - 4)?

**Summary:**

The value of x in the equation 0.2(x + 1) + 0.5x = -0.3(x - 4) is 1.

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