Posted by **dee** on Friday, December 22, 2006 at 6:13am.

3x-5/6=7x+4/4

If you mean

(3x-5)/6= (7x+4)/4 , then

12 x - 20 = 42 x + 24

and you can take it from there.

If you mean 3x - 5/6 = 7x + 4/4,

then the answer will be different.

Please use parentheses to clarify ambiguous algebraic statements such as the one you typed.

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