Equation: (x-1)/(3x-6)+(2x-1)/(2-x)-(x-3)(4x-8)=1

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Equation: (x-1)/(3x-6)+(2x-1)/(2-x)-(x-3)(4x-8)=1

Postby pieldevereda » Sun Mar 13, 2011 3:38 am

Hi, i can 't resolve this exercise



The result is 41/35 but i don 't why

thanks

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Re: Equation: (x-1)/(3x-6)+(2x-1)/(2-x)-(x-3)(4x-8)=1

Postby Martingale » Sun Mar 13, 2011 4:19 am

pieldevereda wrote:Hi, i can 't resolve this exercise



The result is 41/35 but i don 't why

thanks

regards









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Re: Equation: (x-1)/(3x-6)+(2x-1)/(2-x)-(x-3)(4x-8)=1

Postby pieldevereda » Sun Mar 13, 2011 12:36 pm

Hi Martingale, thanks for your answer, but i don 't understand why appears the "(-1)" in 2x-1 / (-1) ( x-2)

Thanks Again
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Re: Equation: (x-1)/(3x-6)+(2x-1)/(2-x)-(x-3)(4x-8)=1

Postby Martingale » Sun Mar 13, 2011 3:42 pm

pieldevereda wrote:Hi Martingale, thanks for your answer, but i don 't understand why appears the "(-1)" in 2x-1 / (-1) ( x-2)

Thanks Again
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