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Solving Equations with Fractions

1/2 x - 1/3 x = 7/3

solve for X
i need help
step by step process anyone?

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1/2 x - 1/3 x = 7/3

3/6x - 2/6x = 7/3

1/6x = 7/3

x = (7/3) / (1/6)

x = (7/3) * (6/1)

x = 42/3 = 14

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