Posted by lexy on .
Could someone place explain how to solve the following 
4t^2/5=t/5+3/10
5t/6t/2=1
Thanks

Algebra Help 
bobpursley,
first. Multiply both sides by 10, rearrange into standard form ax^2+bx+c=0, and factor or use the quadratic equation.
Second. Multiply both sides of the equation by six.