Posted by **Sammy** on Thursday, February 1, 2007 at 7:16pm.

HOW WOULD I SOLVE SOMETHING LIKE THIS, IT IS AN EXAMPLE I MADE UP. ITS SIMILAR TO THE ONE I HAVE. I DON'T GET IT. THERE ARE TWO UNKNOW VARILABLES AND SOME NUMBERS. HOW DO I POSSIBLE SOLVE THIS. MAYBE I DON'T HAVE TO SOLVE ANYTHING THAT IS WHAT I WAS THINKING.

QUESTION:

2x^2-10x/x^2-5x= x-3

There is only one unknown x.

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