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3x-2 over 2 (fraction format) -x over 4 (fraction format) = 15. I know that I need a LCD but when I tried 2 it didn't seem to work right. the only hint my math teache gave was the answer has to be a mixed number. Can anyone help?

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    (2x-2)/2 - x/4 = 15
    LCD = 4
    4x-4 -x = 60
    3 x = 64
    x = 64/3

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