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    Smile Solve for x

    [3/(x-4)] + 5 = 7x/(x^2-x-12)



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    Quote Originally Posted by windia View Post
    [3/(x-4)] + 5 = 7x/(x^2-x-12)



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    \frac{3 + 5(x-4)}{x-4} = \frac{7x}{(x-4)(x+3)}

    (5x - 17) = 7x/(x+3)

    Now simplify and solve for x.
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