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algebra properties and proportions

(x+1) 1
----- = ---
(x+2) 3

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  • math -

    You posted this before with (x+1)/(x+2) = 2/3.
    Which is it?

    Use the rule that when a/b = c/d, ad = bc. Then solve for x

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