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fraction problem, too lazy to try to understand what to do, also, hard for me to grasp, Please help!
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fraction problem, too lazy to try to understand what to do, also, hard for me to grasp, Please help!
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\[\frac{1}{x2}+\frac{3}{x+6}=\frac{1}{2}\]
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Lets's write it like this for now: 1/a + 3/b = 1/2 Now just add up the left side the same way you would do it as if they were numbers. get a lcd, etc...
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