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\[\frac{1}{7x}-\frac{1}{5x}\]Find a common denominator, then combine. Do you know how to do that?

I think so. Thank you.

is it 2/35?

There better be an x in there somewhere, don't you think?

Yes there is. Thank you again.

Agree with -2/35x.

can you please draw it for me? Thank you.

Is the problem \[\frac{1}{9x} + ... \] or \[\frac{1}{9}x + ...\]?

|dw:1359439362873:dw| this is the problem.

\[\frac{1}{9}x + \frac{1}{10} = \frac{11}{90}\]
Okay, what should we use as a common denominator?

Would it be 9/10?

2/90

\[\frac{10x}{90} = \frac{11-9}{90} = \frac{2}{90}\]Okay, what does x equal?