$\displaystyle a/v+b/v + c + d = e + f + g/v+h/v$

Can I just add the additive inverse of the g/v+h/v term (-g/v-h/v i assume) to each side to move it?

c, d, e and f are whole numbers.

Or, should i clear the fractions by multiplying each side by the denominator?

That wouldn't get me a 0 in that position wouldn't it

$\displaystyle g/v+-g/v=g-g/v$or just $\displaystyle 0/v$