# SOLUTION: Hello, I am completely stumped on the following 2 questions. Any help would be appeciated. Question #1 is -6/x - 3/x^2 = 2 Question #2 is - 6/x + 6/x+9 = 1 It says I can s

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Question 143606: Hello, I am completely stumped on the following 2 questions. Any help would be appeciated.
Question #1 is -6/x - 3/x^2 = 2
Question #2 is - 6/x + 6/x+9 = 1
It says I can solve by any method, but I cannot figure how to solve these with either the quadratic equation or by completing the square. If you can point me in the right direction. Thanks.

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-6/x - 3/x^2 = 2
-6-3/x=2x
-3/x=2x+6
-3=2x^2+6x
0=2x^2+6x+3