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I need to solve this equation 2x over 5 + 5x=4 over 3

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\[2x/5+5x=4/3\] \\[[x(2/5+5)=4/3\]\]

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Where did you get the x=20? by 4*5?
you can simplify this equation by multiplying each side by 3: 6x/(5+5x)=4 factor out a 5 in the denominator: 6x/(5(1+x))=4 multiply both sides by 5: 6x/(1+x)=20 multiply by (1+x): 6x=20+20x subtract 20x: 6x -20x=20 -14x=20 divide by -14 x=20/-14=-10/7
20/81 is not correct
i failed !
I got it...
The book has 20/81 for an answer
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ill write it out more clearly wait
i must have written the equation wrong i thought it was 2x/(5+5x)=(4/3)
Thank you soo much!!!
@stair.. Yes, I see the 6x instead of 2x.
\[2x/5+5x=4/3\] \[x(2/5+5)=4/3\] \[x(27/5)=4/3\] \[x=4/3*5/27\] \[x=20/81\]
Thanks again!!
no problem.

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