5/x+1 - x+10/x^2-x-2 = 15
Sorry for posting in such format but i don't know how to express it in mathematical way.
Was stuck when i reach (X+1)(X^2-x-2) < Common Denominator

2. Originally Posted by Strategist
5/x+1 - x+10/x^2-x-2 = 15
Sorry for posting in such format but i don't know how to express it in mathematical way.
Was stuck when i reach (X+1)(X^2-x-2) < Common Denominator
$\displaystyle \frac{5}{x+1} - \frac{x+10}{x^2 - x - 2} = 15$

$\displaystyle \Rightarrow \frac{5}{x+1} - \frac{x+10}{(x+1)(x-2)} = 15$

So the common denominator will be $\displaystyle (x+1)(x-2)$ which makes things simpler.

3. Can you help me solve everything? I need to know step by step because it is still quite blur to me

4. Originally Posted by Strategist
Can you help me solve everything? I need to know step by step because it is still quite blur to me
Well then, suppose you post the next step, which puts the left hand side under the common denominator.

Then I will post the step after that ....

5. Thanks I already solved the equation .