math  would like to know if i did problem correct
posted by Kai .
4t^2/5=t/5+3/10
t=3/4, t=/1/2
thank you

checking:
4(3/4)^2/5=3/4*5 + 3/10
9/20=3/20+6/20
looks ok
4(1/2)^2/5=1/10+3/10
1/5=4/10 hmmmm something is wrong.
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