Please help me with this equations:
1.) 13/x^2-9x+14 = 5/x-3 + 3x-7/x^2+2x-15
2.) 3x/x+1 - 1/3 = 5/x+1
3.) 11/x+5 - 5/x-3 = 3x-7/x^2+2x-15
4.) 17/y + 13/y+2 = 14/y^2-12y
5.) y/y-8 - 48/y^2-64 = y/y+8
thank you for your kind consideraton :-)
Please help me with this equations:
1.) 13/x^2-9x+14 = 5/x-3 + 3x-7/x^2+2x-15
2.) 3x/x+1 - 1/3 = 5/x+1
3.) 11/x+5 - 5/x-3 = 3x-7/x^2+2x-15
4.) 17/y + 13/y+2 = 14/y^2-12y
5.) y/y-8 - 48/y^2-64 = y/y+8
thank you for your kind consideraton :-)
Hello, whoa!
Is there a typo in #1?
We end up with an ugly cubic equation.
I'll do #2 . . .
Find the LCD and multiply through by it . . .
The LCD is:
We have: .
Cancel and get: .
. . .Solve for . . . .
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Hello, whoa!
We have: .
The LCD is:
Multiply through by the LCD:
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which simplifies to that ugly cubic I promised you:
. . . . . ack!
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I conclude that you copied the first fraction incorrectly.
Problem #1 is expected to be simple and straight-forward.
. . I suspect that its denominator is .
Can you please get back to us?