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posted by deedra .
ok, i typed it out right this time.
(5/4)x+(1/8)x=11/8+x
(10/8)x+(1/8)x=11/8+x
(11/8)x=11/8+x
(3/8)x=11/8
Ok now I subtracted from both sides
How do I finish the problem out?
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