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I need to solve the following equation for the variable x.
4/x-2+1/x+2=7x/x^2-4

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    I have a feeling you meant to type
    4/(x-2) + 1/(x+2) = 7x/(x^2-4)

    in that case, multiply each term by x^2-4 to get
    4(x+2) + (x-2) = 7x
    4x + 8 + x - 2 = 7x
    -2x = -6
    x = 3

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