SOLUTION: Solving equations with fractional coefficiants is to multiply both sides of the equation. x/5-x+2/3=1/5 What I got was x=46 Please and Thank You=)

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 Question 138896: Solving equations with fractional coefficiants is to multiply both sides of the equation. x/5-x+2/3=1/5 What I got was x=46 Please and Thank You=)Answer by ankor@dixie-net.com(15656)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Solving equations with fractional coefficients is to multiply both sides of the equation. : We are not sure what the problem is: : is it: - = or + = or - x + = : Use brackets to indicate what you actually mean : There are so many problems and so few tutors, that when a problems is ambiguous, it will often be ignored.