How can I solve this?
((5p-4)/6) - ((2p+3)/2) = 7
In my text book it says the answer is p = -55 but I've tried and can't get this.
Thanks.
Hello,
Put the fractions in the left hand side of the equality on the same denominator (6).
Then, do the same for 7. 7=42/6 and multiply both sides by 6.
After that, you may solve it like a normal equation... Can you show a bit of your work ? To see if you're going the right way