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x = \frac{500}{3} = 166\frac{2}{3} \approx 166.666666667

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200x+50000-x\times 500=0

Subtract x\times 500 from both sides.

-300x+50000=0

Combine 200x and -x\times 500 to get -300x.

-300x=-50000

Subtract 50000 from both sides. Anything subtracted from zero gives its negation.

x=\frac{-50000}{-300}

Divide both sides by -300.

x=\frac{500}{3}

Reduce the fraction \frac{-50000}{-300} to lowest terms by extracting and canceling out -100.

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