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Solve 1/b=6/5b+1

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  1. tapan2721
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    is it 1/b=6/(5b+1) or 1/b=(6/5b)+1 ??

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  2. MathSofiya
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    or\[\frac 1 b =\frac{6}{5b} +1\] ?

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  3. robtobey
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    WolframAlpha says:\[1/b = (6/5)*b + 1 \to \frac{1}{b}= 1+\frac{6 b}{5}\]

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  4. Raja99
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    -1/5

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  5. coolaidd
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    mathsofiya .. that is the correct setup

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  6. coolaidd
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    |dw:1341601472223:dw|

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  7. MathSofiya
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    \[-1= \frac{6}{5b} -\frac{1}{b}\] lets have the variables on one side of the equal sign and numbers on the other

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  8. coolaidd
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    ok..can you show how i solve it?

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  9. Raja99
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    u or i

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  10. coolaidd
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    you

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  11. Raja99
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    |dw:1341603120628:dw|

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  12. Raja99
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    then 5b=-1 b=-1/5

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  13. coolaidd
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    so the end result would be -1/5?

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  14. Raja99
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    yes@cool

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  15. coolaidd
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    thanks soo much :)

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  16. Raja99
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    WELCOME

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