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  • 5 years ago

5x-1/6 = (1/x)-1

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  1. anonymous
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    solve for x

  2. anonymous
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    (5x-1)/6 = (1/x) -1

  3. anonymous
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    30x^2-x=6-6x 30x^2+5x-6=0

  4. anonymous
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    um x=-3.167??

  5. anonymous
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    how do you get to 30x^2 +5x-6=0

  6. anonymous
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    very carefully

  7. anonymous
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    multiply everything by 6x and move to one side

  8. anonymous
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    o but u changed the prblem

  9. anonymous
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    um x=-1.5?

  10. anonymous
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    -5 +/- (745)^1/2 divided by 60 quadratic forumla.

  11. anonymous
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    nvm idk...

  12. radar
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    5x-1/6=(1/x) 5x-1/x=(1/6)-1 \[(5x ^{2}-1)/x=-5/6\] take the cross product

  13. anonymous
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    .372 is a valid answer. found my calc and ran the first number.

  14. anonymous
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    -.538 appears to be valid as well. Have engaged in a correct de-doosing?

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    Changed to quadratic by adding one to both sides. Then multiplied both sides by X. Then mulitplied both sides by six. Then created 30x^2+5X-6. Then used quadratic formula.

  16. anonymous
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    rounded decimals to thousandths.

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