How about solving this:
LCD= 5(w-3)
5w-15(3/(w-3)=9/[5(w-3)](5)(w-3) that's the part I'm having trouble with..
My book says the second step precedes like this
(6/5)(5)(w-3)(3/(w-3)=9/[5(w-3)](5)(w-3)
6(w-3)+15=9
w=2
Maybe I'm not at the level you think I am, because my problem is really how to multiplicate those parentheses.. the bold written line.. I don't know the way it's done.
Ok, first write that properly:
First line:
Second line:
What has been done between lines 1 & 2:
To get 2, you simply multiply both sides by . This is one way of solving an equation with fractions.
From there, you need to simplify the expression. Cross out terms... and get rid of the fractions:
That done, multiply the terms and finish to solve!