Posted by **Amanda** on Monday, June 25, 2007 at 2:36pm.

I need help with this problem,

(3-x)/-4 = (x+6)/3

Thanks! I've tried it myself several times and I keep getting stuck.

multiply both sides of the equation by -12

Yields

9-3x=-4x-24

add 4x to each side, subtract 9 from each side.

I don't really see how that works.

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