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((2X)/(4pi))+((1-x)/2)=0, solve for x

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

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