algebra attn wayne
posted by Anonymous .
5/x3  3/x+3 = 2/x^29
You said to divide by 9 on both sides
9(x+3)3(x+3)=2
9x+273+9=2
6x=36
6x=48
x=8
Is this correct? Thanks for your help.
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