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weslyn
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Solve and explain please. I'm so stuck! 5/6x -2x +4/3=5/3

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KingFame

(5/6)x - (12/6)x + 4/3 = 5/3 -(7/6)x + 4/3 = 5/3 Now, subtract 4/3 on both sides. -(7/6)x + 4/3 - 4/3 = 5/3 - 4/3 -(7/6)x = 1/3 Finally, divide by -7/6 on both sides to get x to be alone. (-(7/6)x)/(-7/6) = (1/3)/(-7/6) x = -2/7

Gracie216

[latex] \frac{5}{6}x -2x + \frac{4}{3} = \frac{5}{3} \ \ | \ remove \ fractions \ by \ multiplying \ both \ sides \ by \ 6\\ \\ 6\cdot \frac{5}{6}x -6\cdot 2x + 6\cdot \frac{4}{3} = 6\cdot \frac{5}{3}\\\\5x -12x + 2\cdot 4 = 2\cdot 5\\\\ -7x +8= 10\ \ |\ subtract\8\ to\ both\ sides \\\\ -7x +8-8= 10-8\\\\-7x=2 \ \ | \ divide \ both \ sides\ by\(-7) \\\\x=-\frac{2}{7} [/latex]

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