Solve the proportion to determine the value of x. 5x−4/4x+7 = 13/11

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Solve the proportion to determine the value of x. 5x−4/4x+7 = 13/11

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\[\frac{5x-4}{4x+11}=\frac{13}{11}\quad :\quad x=\frac{187}{3}\]
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\[\frac{5x-4}{4x+11}=\frac{13}{11}\] \[\mathrm{Multiply\:by\:LCD=}11\left(4x+11\right)\] \[11\left(5x-4\right)=13\left(4x+11\right)\] \[\mathrm{Expand}\:11\left(5x-4\right):\quad 55x-44\] \[\mathrm{Expand}\:13\left(4x+11\right):\quad 52x+143\] \[55x-44=52x+143\] add 44 on both sides \[55x=52x+187\] subtract 52 on both sides \[3x=187\] divided 3 on both sides x=187/3

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What is LCD
Least Common Denominator fractions have "Common Denominators" when their denominators are the same. the "Least Common Denominator" is the smallest number that can be used for all denominators of 2 or more fractions. It makes it easy to add and subtract the fractions

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