Need help solving 1/3X + 1/4 = -5

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\[\dfrac{1}{3}x - \dfrac{1}{4} = -5\]

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@lesliee23 how far did you get with solving this one?
don't we need a common denominator
@Hero Typo? You did a - instead of +
\[\dfrac{1}{3}x + \dfrac{1}{4} = -5\] @lesliee23 Do you know the common denominator?
12
Yes, basically one, approach for solving this is to multiply both sides by the common denominator, which, in this case is 12.
\[(12)\dfrac{1}{3}x + (12)\dfrac{1}{4} = (12)-5\] @lesliee23, What do you think we should do next?
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Okay, so now we have 4x + 3 = (12)(-5). Do you think you could finish it from here?
yes thanks so much!
You're welcome.

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