These are fractions and you are to solve for x.

5/6+2/3x=3/4

These are fractions and you are to solve for x.

5/6+2/3x=3/4

5/6+2/3x=3/4

- Martingale
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if your problem isThese are fractions and you are to solve for x.

5/6+2/3x=3/4

then just subtract 5/6 from both sides then you can reciprocate both sides and solve for x

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The process will be pretty much the same as outlined in the previous reply if your equation is as follows:These are fractions and you are to solve for x.

5/6+2/3x=3/4

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Subtract the 5/6 to the right-hand side, and simplify. Multiply both sides by 3/2, and simplify.

For further information, try one of the following lessons (depending upon which reply indicates your intended meaning):

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Thank you!