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Question 213501
:
x+5/2+x-1/2=x-1/3
Answer by
drj(1380)
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The following steps solves the above equation:
Solved by
pluggable
solver:
EXPLAIN simplification of an expression
Your Result
:
YOUR ANSWER
Here's what you tried:
This is an
equation
!
Solutions:
x=-2.33333333333333
.
Graphical form
:
Equation
was fully solved.
Text form
: x+5/2+x-1/2=x-1/3 simplifies to 0=0
Cartoon (animation) form
:
For tutors:
simplify_cartoon( x+5/2+x-1/2=x-1/3 )
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DETAILED EXPLANATION
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Added fractions or integers together
It becomes
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to the right of expression
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Factors 4 and 2 have
greatest common factor (GCF)
of 2. Reducing
fraction
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It becomes
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Remove extraneous '1' from product
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Eliminated
similar terms
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replacing them with
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It becomes
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Remove unneeded parentheses around factor
It becomes
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Moved these terms to the left
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It becomes
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Added fractions or integers together
It becomes
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Look at
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Moved
to the right of expression
It becomes
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Look at
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Eliminated
similar terms
,
replacing them with
It becomes
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Look at
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Remove extraneous '1' from product
It becomes
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Look at
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Solved
linear equation
equivalent to x+2.33333333333333 =0
It becomes
.
Result
:
This is an
equation
!
Solutions:
x=-2.33333333333333
.
Universal Simplifier and Solver
Done!
I hope the above steps were helpful.
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Respectfully,
Dr J