Hello Everyone, I need help with the following equation:
1/2m + 1 = 5/6m -2
Cheers Valkyriel
Edit:
Need help with another one aswell
3/x-1 = 5/2x+1
Hey thats not nice to say!
ehmm u can look step by step soulotion if u dont understand :P
1/2m + 1 = 5/6m -2 - Wolfram|Alpha
3/(x-1) = 5/(2x+1) - Wolfram|Alpha
i think u need to register to see it but its worth it hope it help!
I assume that you are solving for "m"?
Original Problem:
$\displaystyle \frac{1}{2}m+1=\frac{5}{6}m-2$
Multiply and get and get common denominator.
$\displaystyle \frac{m+2}{2}=\frac{5m+12}{6}$
Can you continue from here?
Also if you use wolfram, be sure to use parentheses.
First one on wolfram
(1/2)m + 1 = (5/6)m -2 - Wolfram|Alpha
sorry i did confuse with x and m
this maybe against the forum rule but ima show u step by step how to solve one of them ( the x one)
u got
3/(x-1)=5/(2x+1)
with a law u can swap idk the name so u got
3(2x+1)=5(x-1)
now lets multiplice the parentes so we got
6x+3=5x-5
now we subtra with 5 (u take -5 on both side) and we got
x+3=-5
u want x alone so u have to get away with 3 so we do -3 both side then u got
x=-8
Now u have solved this problem! cheer =D hope u did understand and gl on the other problem