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AWARD A MEDAL FOR THIS EQUATION

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  1. anonymous
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    @wolf1728

  2. anonymous
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    http://prntscr.com/8fp3tc

  3. zzr0ck3r
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    I would subtract \(\dfrac{1}{10}\) from both sides and then simplify the right hand side.

  4. wolf1728
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    3/11 x + 1/10 = 7/6 -8/11 +7/6

  5. wolf1728
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    7/6 + 7/6 = 14/6

  6. anonymous
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    OK

  7. wolf1728
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    -8/11 -1/10 We need the common denominator which is 110 -80/110 -11/110 equals -91/110

  8. wolf1728
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    so 3/11 x = 14/6 -91/110

  9. anonymous
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    OH OK ONE SECOND JUST WRITING THIS DOWN

  10. anonymous
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    @wolf1728 Whatabout 1 over 10

  11. wolf1728
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    We moved it to the right side as -1/10 then added it to -8/11 and got -91/110

  12. anonymous
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    i thought we couldnt do that since it was -8/11x i thought we'd have added it to 14/6 since it's not a variable

  13. wolf1728
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    No it is NOT -8/11 x

  14. wolf1728
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    Let's start again 3/11 x + 1/10 = 7/6 -8/11 +7/6 we can can -1/10 to both sides and get 3/11 x = 7/6 -8/11 +7/6 -1/10 3/11 x = 14/6 -8/11 -1/10

  15. anonymous
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    Dang it I'm sorry I wrote the equation wrong again it's suppose to be -8/11x

  16. anonymous
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    3/11 x + 1/10 = 7/6 -8/11x +7/6

  17. wolf1728
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    So it is 3/11 x + 1/10 = 7/6 -8/11x +7/6 Let's add -3/11 to both sides 1/10 = 7/6 -11/11x +7/6 Let's add -14/6 to both sides 1/10 -14/6 = -11/11x Let's just call -11/11x as -x 1/10 -14/6 = -x Now we have to add 1/10 and -14/6

  18. wolf1728
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    I made a mistake I should have said let's add -3/11x to both sides

  19. anonymous
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    oh ok

  20. wolf1728
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    For adding 1/10 and -14/6 we need the common denominator which is 30 So we now add 3/30 and -70/30 which equals -67/30 So -67/30 =-x Multiplying both sides by -1 we get x = 67/30

  21. anonymous
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    Now we have to find the lcd right

  22. wolf1728
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    Already did that - see above

  23. anonymous
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    how'd you get -14/6

  24. anonymous
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    i thought it was positive

  25. wolf1728
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    But I added -14/6 to both sides which eliminated the fractions on the right side and put -14/6 on the left side.

  26. anonymous
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    ohhhh got it

  27. wolf1728
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    I think I typed out the rest of the explanation too okay?

  28. anonymous
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    so i got67/30

  29. wolf1728
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    Yes that's it

  30. anonymous
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    thank uuu!!! i wish i had u in my pocket all the time lol

  31. wolf1728
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    Thanks !!

  32. wolf1728
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    gonna get going

  33. anonymous
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    Okay Thank you so much !! Have a great night @wolf1728

  34. wolf1728
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    thanks :-)

  35. anonymous
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    No problem :)

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