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\begin{equation} \frac{3}{x-2} \end{equation}=\begin{equation} \frac{5}{1-x} \end{equation} Is this equation possible? If yes, solve for x, if no, explain why.
just try to solve it first and after that substitute back to the original equation to see if it is indeed a solution
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Note the Domain, \(x\ne 2\;and\;x \ne 1\). Multiply by x-2 Multiply by 1-x Ask again if you have to.
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