honeymonster
please help..again..find the value of x for this linear equation...posted in replies



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honeymonster
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\[\frac{ 1 }{ 2 } x + 1=3\frac{ 1 }{ 2 }\]

amishra
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Where is the equation? Please post!

honeymonster
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it is posted?

UnkleRhaukus
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take one from both sides of the equation,
then multiply both sides by 2

amishra
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x=5

Mikael
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Unkl. may be it would be easier to use the actual transfer ?

amishra
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x/2 + 1 = 7/2
=> x+2/2 =7/2
=> x+2 = 7
=> x=72
=> x=5

amishra
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Didn't I just do that?

cruffo
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Never mind, looks like the /2 on x just went missing :)

amishra
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I am sorry, my bad. It's (x+2)/2. :)
And did you get it @honeymonster ?

honeymonster
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err...i got x=5 ? :S

amishra
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Yeah, that is correct!

honeymonster
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ok thank youu :)

amishra
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Pleasure :)