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how do I solve : 1/2 + 2/x =3/4.

thanks for helping!

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    over 2x

    over 2x


    answer: 8=x

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    sorry i don't get
    can u explain more clearly pls.

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    1/2 + 2/x =3/4

    Multiply both sides by x.

    1/2 x + 2 = 3/4 x

    Subtract 1/2 x from both sides.

    2 = 1/4 x

    Multiply both sides by 4.

    x = 8

    I hope this helps.

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