# 4 Answers

*X/2 + X/3 = 4*

*You need a common denominator for x/2 + x/3. That would be 6. Multiply x/2 by 3 to get 3x/6 andmultiply x/3 by 2 to get 2x/6.*

*3x/6 + 2x/6 =4*

*5x/6 = 4*

*Multiply both sides of the equation to get 5x = 24 (5x/6 × 6 = 5x and 6 x 4 = 24)*

*Divide both sides by 5..... 5x/5 = x. 24/5 = 4.80 *

*X= 4.80*

7 years ago. Rating: 2 | |

Didn't see the fraction problem!

x/2 + x/3 = 4

MULTIPLY EACH SIDE BY 4

1. 4(x/2 + x/3) = 4(4)

2. 4x/2 + 4x/3 = 16 > make denominator the same

3. 12x/6 + 8x/6 = 16

4. 20x/6 = 16 or 20x/6 = 16/1

5. DIVIDE BY 20/6 ON BOTH SIDES

6. x = 16/1 / 20/6

7. TAKE THE RECIPROCAL OF 20/6 THEN MULTIPLY

8. 16/1 * 6/20 = 96/20 / 4/4 = 24/5

ANSWER:

x = 24/5

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7 years ago. Rating: 2 | |

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1 Mathematics a statement that the values of two mathematical expressions are equal (indicated by the sign =).

2 [ mass noun ] the process of equating one thing with another: the equation of science with objectivity.

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3 Chemistry a symbolic representation of the changes which occur in a chemical reaction, expressed in terms of the formulae of the molecules or other species involved.

PHRASES

equation of the first (or second etc.) order Mathematics an equation involving only the first derivative, second derivative, etc.

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7 years ago. Rating: 1 | |

X/2 + X/3 =4