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i need the answer please
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waterineyes please help
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could u use the equation button because i cant read ur hand writing :p
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\[2x1/6=4x+1/12+2x+2/2x+1\]
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\[\frac{2x1}{6}=\frac{4x+1}{12}+\frac{2x+2}{2x+1}\]
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oooh cool your name is samantha also?
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as a first step, multiply both sides of the equation by (2x+1)
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i need help please
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is it \[\frac{ 2x1 }{ 6 }=\frac{ 4x+1 }{ 12 }+\frac{ 2x+2 }{ 2x+1 }\]
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as a first step, multiply both sides of the equation by (2x+1) that means write (2x+1) next to each fraction (term0 on both sides of the =
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(づ｡◕‿‿◕｡)づ
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yes men
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what does (づ｡◕‿‿◕｡)づ ? mean
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9/10 7/6 {}
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yes i think is A
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just a second
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do you need just the answer or the work too? \[x=\frac{ 9 }{ 10 }\]
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A is correct, but how did you get it?
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