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2/3x - 1/2x = x+1/6

Posted in Algebra, asked by Fatima , 6 years ago. 1664 hits.

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First we will take LCM of both sides

LCM of 2x and 3x is 6x

So the equation writen as

  = 4x – 3x  = 6x + 1

       6x              6

Shifted both denominators

6(4x-3x)=6x(6x+1)

Multipily both sides

24x – 18x = 36x+6x

Simplify it

42x = 42x

= 42x ­-  42x

= 0

 

Furqan Ali
Furqan Ali - 6 years ago
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