Algebra
posted by Soly on .
I need help with the following problem:
Solve the equation:
(x/2x+2)= (2x/4x+4) + (2x3/x+1)

I am not sure whether I am interpreting your question correctly.
.5x + 2 = .5x + 4 + 2x  3/x + 1
First, get all the x terms on one side.
.5x + .5x  2x + 3/x = 4 + 1  2
Combine terms.
x + 3/x = 3
Multiply both sides by x to get rid of x in the denominator.
x^2 + 3 = 3x
Transpose.
x^2  3x + 3 = 0
Multiply by 1.
x^2 + 3x  3 = 0
Unfortunately, I cannot factor this to find possible answers. Are there any typos in your equation?
I hope this helps a little. Thanks for asking. 
n(5^2x1/25)=3

lol sorry i was suppose to give you the answer..i have never done this before...