0 = 5/6x + 2/7x + 1
My teacher says to multiply by 42 to get rid of the fractions. ...It's not exactly working for me. How should I do it?

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is that \( \frac{5}{6x} \) or \( \frac{5}{6}x \)?

just use brackets

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