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lparks416

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this is my first time using this webgraphic site for help, so this will be very interesting. well i solved this problem but i dont know if its right.

2/3x+1/6x=2
2/3x=2/3x
1/6x=2/3x

x=2

is this correct I wonder
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EternalSummer247

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 Re: I have to solve algebraically Reply to this Post Reply with Quote

 this is my first time using this webgraphic site for help, so this will be very interesting. well i solved this problem but i dont know if its right. 2/3x+1/6x=22/3x=2/3x1/6x=2/3xx=2is this correct I wonder

Well, if you plug 2 back into X you actually get a different answer. After combining like terms, you should end up with 5/6x=2

After that, divide 5/6 by 2/1, and you will get your correct answer.

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