Posted by **Emma** on Thursday, July 12, 2007 at 6:42am.

how do i solve this equation?

2/(x+1)=1/(x-1) - (1/(2x-1))

thx

Get a common denominator (x+1)(x-1)(2x-1)

then, each term, multipy it out.

Gather terms, solve.

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