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8/x+7/8=1

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  1. anonymous
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    You need to find the common denominator and multiply every term by that. the lcd of x and 8 would be 8x 8x(8) 8x(7) 8x(1) ---- + ----- = x 8 you cancel the denominator and the numerators. 8(8) + x(7) = 8x(1) 64 + 7x = 8x subtract 7x from both sides 64 = x

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    thanks blexting

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