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What is the solution to the rational equation (3)/(x+3)=(2)/(x-2)? Can anyone solve this problem? Any Help would be greatly appreciated!!

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  1. satellite73 Group Title
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    start by "cross multiplying" to get \[3(x-2)=2(x+3)\] and solve that one the usual way distribute first

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    Okay i got 3x-6=2x+6 @satellite73

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    yes

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    okayy

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    subtract \(2x\) from both sides , add \(6\) to both sides and you will be done

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    is it x=0 @satellite73

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    oh its x=12 duh @satellite73

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