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2x-4/x-5=0 How would I find x?

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  1. pandasGoRAWR
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    I assume you mean 2x - (4/x) - 5 = 0. In that situation you would multiple both sides by x and then solve the polynomial equation.

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    \[\frac{ 2x-4 }{x-5 }=0 \ \ \ or \ \ 2x- \frac{4}{x}-5=0 \ \ \ or\ \ \ \frac{2x-4}{x}-5=0 \]

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    Which one is your question?

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  4. goformit100
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    Just rationalise it.

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