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(8w+5)/(10w-7) = (4w-3)/(5w+7)

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    Do you know how to cross multiply and simplify the equation to a quadratic?

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    cross-multiply
    (8w+5)(5w+7) = (4w-3)(10w-7)
    40w^2 + 81w + 35 = 40w^2 -58w + 21
    139w = -14
    w = -14/139

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