I have T=1 for the following equation. Is this correct? Thanks! (3t-5)/(t-1) = 2 + (2t)/(2-t)

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Originally Posted by jay1 I have T=1 for the following equation. Is this correct? Thanks! (3t-5)/(t-1) = 2 + (2t)/(2-t) Your solution should have two values (one may be extraneous) . And by the way, how can 1 be a solution if its not in the domain?