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(3/x)+(13/x-11)

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so i guess you can put them as porportion correct?
this is what i got for the answer (16x-20)/(x-11) (x+1)
oh i have it different= im going to draw it out for you to see

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x=-0.68
you have to get the bottoms the same?
@ohbev check my answer
well since im want to know what x is then you dividde 16 on both sides and then you put x= -11/16 that make x=-0.68
@razor99 how did you get that explain plis, i want to know
@ohbev do you understand what i am saying?
wouldn't you times both fractions so you can combined the bottom terms ?
well lets see if I'm doing this right in general if (t^2 +6t)/t-1 - 7/t-1 = t+7?
so put it this way.3x= 13x-11, thenyou add the 2 like terms 3x+13x= 16x=-11 then you would divide the 16 because you want to know what x means, so its x=-11/16 then you just calculate it and that would = to -0.68 got it now?
i got to go,...
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@ohbev sld u take a look at that site
i mean cld
(t^2 +6t)/(t-1) - (7)/(t-1) = t+7?

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