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TeriK
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could someone please help me with this im totally lost

3psilon
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Just solve it like a normal algebraic equation. Solve for X

TeriK
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im no good at doing fractions

3psilon
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So is it adding fractions you have trouble with?

TeriK
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everything!! I just have a hard time with math altogether

3psilon
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Ok let's take this problem one step at a time

TeriK
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ok thanks

3psilon
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First we will add nine to both sides

3psilon
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3psilon
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In order to add fractions together we need a common denominator between the 9 and the 9/10

3psilon
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dw:1351744176477:dw

3psilon
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Now since we have the same denominator we can add the fractions. Are you keeping up with me so far?

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dw:1351744266528:dw

TeriK
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yes but i have to show work so im not quite sure on how to write it all down in order

3psilon
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dw:1351744337547:dw

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dw:1351744488795:dw

TeriK
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ok thanks i will go through it and hopefully can figure it out

jeracoo
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x>0 and x <  (4/99)