Algebra- Please Help!

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Solve and show work for each proportion.

2x-2/14 = 2x-4/6




x+2/6 = x-1/12

  • Algebra- Please Help! -

    Get rid of the denominators. For example, in the second equation, multiply both sides by 12.

    12x + 4 = 12x - 1

    However, there is no solution, since the 12x's cancel each other out. The same is true of the first equation. Do you have typos?

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