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Solve the equation: 1(-x)+2x=3x+1. With explanation please.
is that \[-x+2x=3x+1\]?
Sorry its 1/2(1-x)+2x=3x+1
if so , comine like terms first on the left \[x=3x+1\] then subtract x from both sides \[0=2x+1\] subtract 1 from both sides \[-1=2x\] divide both sides by 2 \[-\frac{1}{2}=x\]
satellite73, how do you type fraction?
The answer should be -1/3