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.
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