# SOLUTION: 118. 3+ 1/x-2 = 2x-3/x-2 what do i do with this equation and how do i work it i do not understand can you please help??? :) thank you for your hard work

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Expressions-with-variables Question 59192: 118. 3+ 1/x-2 = 2x-3/x-2 what do i do with this equation and how do i work it i do not understand can you please help??? :) thank you for your hard work Answer by stanbon(60771)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!3+ 1/(x-2) = (2x-3)/(x-2) Multiply thru by (x-2) to get rid of the denominators: 3(x-2)+1 = 2x-3 Simplify: 3x-6+1 = 2x-3 Subtrac 2x from both sides: x-5=-3 x=2 Cheers, Stan H.