<em><u>**Question:**</u></em>

If (x + 2)/2 = y /5, then which of the following must be true?

x/2 = (y-2)/5

x/2 = (y-5)/5

(x+2)/5 = y/25

<em><u>**Answer:**</u></em>

<em><u>**The true is:**</u></em>

<em><u>**Solution:**</u></em>

Given that,

**The above expression can be rewritten as:**

**Move the constant 1 from left side of equation to right side of equation**

**Simplify the right side of equation by making the denominator same**

Thus is true

**Answer:**

The answer is option C

**Step-by-step explanation:**

x² - 7x + 10

To factor the expression rewrite - 7x as a difference

That's

x² - 5x - 2x + 10

**<u>Factor out x from the expression</u>**

x( x - 5) - 2x + 10

**<u>Factor - 2 from the expression</u>**

x(x - 5) - 2( x - 5)

Factor out x - 5 from the expression

The final answer is

<h3>( x - 2)(x - 5)</h3>

Hope this helps you

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$7.85

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