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PLEASE HELP!

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    What kind of help do you want??

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    With this problem

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    @viniterranova

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    3x/(x-1) +2 = 3/(x-1) if you make the denominator of the left hand side the same u will get: (3x+2x-2)/(x-1) =3/(x-1) right?

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    Yes

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    now move x-1 from lhs to rhs this term would then cancel out now u r left with 3x+2x-2=3

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    simplify that and then solve for x

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    Take everything containing x to one side, then solve.

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    3x+2x is 5x moving -2 to other side, that becomes +2 2+3 is 5 now you have 5x=5 dividing 5 by 5 you get 1 so x is 1 did you get it @RH ?

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    YES!! THANK YOU very much! :)

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    You Welcome! :)

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