Posted by **Carrie** on Saturday, April 17, 2010 at 4:55pm.

Equation:

2x/5-x/3=5 (2x/5 and x/3 is a fraction)

I know that you are suppose to combine like terms, like x, but don't know what I need to do, since they are fractions. Help please.

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