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Homework Help: math, beginning algebra

Posted by jasmine20 on Wednesday, December 20, 2006 at 4:50pm.

Can someone correct this for me.

Directions:Solve

6x-1 divided by 5 minus 2x divided by 3 equals 3

My answer: x = 6



yes

If this is what you mean,
[(6x-1)/5]-(2x/5)= 3
then yes, x=6

If you mean
[(6x-1)/(5-2x)]/(3)=3
then no, x = 0.75

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