X/5X-6 - 3X/2X-5 =
<br><br>INTO ONE SIMPLE FRACTION FORM
USING MY TECHNIQUE I GOT AN ANSWER, PLZ SOME OTHER PPL SUBMIT THE ANSWER THEY GET CUS IT IS VERY IMPORTANT AND WANT TO MAKE SURE I HAVNT MADE ANY SILLY MISTAKES<br>
Hello, Sasha!
Don't know what "your technique" is . . . but it's wrong.
$\displaystyle \frac{x}{5x-6} - \frac{3x}{2x-5}$
We need a lowest common denominator
. . so we "convert" the fractions to the LCD.
$\displaystyle \frac{x}{5x-6}\cdot{\color{blue}\frac{2x-5}{2x-5}} - \frac{3x}{2x-5}\cdot{\color{blue}\frac{5x-6}{5x-6}} \;\;= \; \;\frac{x(2x-5) - 3x(5x-6)}{(5x-6)(2x-5)} $
. . $\displaystyle = \;\frac{2x^2 - 5x - 15x^2 + 18x}{(5x-6)(2x-5)} \;=\;\frac{-13x^2 + 13x}{(5x-6)(2x-5)} \;\;= \;\;\boxed{\frac{-13x(x-1)}{(5x-6)(2x-5)}}$