Posted by **please help (:** on Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 3:26pm.

5/2 x + 1/4 x = 11/4 +x

how to solve this?

I get 11/4=11/4+x

what steps do I have to take after that..

I would appreciate it if you showed me how to solve the whole equation! (: thnx

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