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5 over 2x-5 minus 4 over 5= 1 over 2x-5

I have a quick question... what would i multiply by? I know how to do the rest of the problem. Thank you

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    Lets' start by writing the equation without words.

    5/(2x-5) - 4/5 = 1/(2x-5)

    Combine the two terms with 2x-5 in the denominator.

    4/(2x-5) = 4/5

    20 = 8x -20
    8x = 40
    x = 5

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