Hi all, here is my question: x = x+1 -1 3 2 I cannot figure it out at all so if anyone can help me with the solution not just the final answer would be appreciated.
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The number 2 should be under the x+1
Originally Posted by nicchofaigh Hi all, here is my question: x = x+1 -1 3 2 I cannot figure it out at all so if anyone can help me with the solution not just the final answer would be appreciated. Use brackets, it makes you work infinity easier to read. Better yet, use LaTeX If, as I assume, the question is then multiply through by the LCD of 1, 2 and 3.
Last edited by e^(i*pi); October 4th 2011 at 11:17 AM. Reason: typo
Thanks very much for your help. The answer I got was x=-4 is this correct.
We can check it, multiply all the terms with a factor 6 (LCM of 1,2 and 3) therefore we get: So recheck your calculations.
Thank you very much Siron for your help.
You're welcome!
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