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multiply with 6 and 7 than bring x to one side. voila

7x/42 - 6x/42 = 5
x/42=5
x=5(42)

so step 2 would look like x/7-x/6=5

yes

Then you make the denominators the same

which would be 42,

yes since 6 X 7 = 42

this is the part i get confused at

would it look like x/42?

ahhh ok

so then is x/42=5

Yup

and then simplify from there

yup :)

how do i get x by itself?

move the 42 over to the other side by timesing both sides by 42.

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42(x/42) = 5(42)
x =210

thank you so much.. fractions is one thing i have an issue with..

that's fine :)

i have even harder ones... like \[\frac{ x}{ 2x+2 }=\frac{ -2x }{ 4x+4 }+\frac{ 2x-3 }{ x+1 }\]

\[{-2x \over 4(x+1)} + {4(2x-3) \over 4(x+1)}\]

and add them
\[-2x + 8x -12 \over 4(x+1)\]

do the same with the other side and use 2(x+1) as denominator

\[{x \over 2(x+1)} = {6x -12 \over 4(x+1)}\]

and cross multiply for simplification

2x(x+1) = (6x-12) (x+1)

cancel the x+1
and you have 2x = 6x-12

and that is simplified as
-4x = -12
which means x = 3

understand?

i believe so

great :)

i have one more fraction if anyone is interested in helping

\[\frac{ 5 }{ y-4 }-\frac{ 8 }{ y-4 }=\frac{ 2 }{ y^2-16 }\]

it throws me off to add sqrt

Then knock off the y-4 so you're left with
\[-3 = {2 \over y+4}\]

and then use -3 (y+4) = 2
and simplify
-3y - 12 = 2
-3y = 2 +12
-3y = 14
y = 14/-3

y = -(14/3)

wow that was easier than i thought

You were only stumped by the y^2 - 16
which is simplified as (y-4)(y+4)

thank you so much for helping me with these!

No probelma :)