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Homework Help: Alegbra

Posted by Rose on Sunday, September 17, 2006 at 7:33pm.

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


Subtract the x/2 from both sides to get
2x + 1/2 - x/2 = + 1/3
Now subtract 1/2 from both sides to get
2x + - x/2 = 1/3 - 1/2
Then combine terms on both sides and solve for x.






Subtract the x/2 from both sides to get 2x + 1/2 - x/2 = + 1/3
Now subtract 1/2 from both sides to get
2x + - x/2 = 1/3 - 1/2. Then combine terms on both sides and solve for x.


1/(4X^-10 y^14)

one over 4x to the neg. 12 y to the 14th

1/(4x^-10 y^14)
Please help solve. The answer is x to the 10th over 4y ot he 14th
The problem in words:
one over 4x to the neg. 12th y to the 14th

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