How do you solve 2x(x-5)^{-1}+\frac1x=0

keche0b 2021-12-22 Answered
How do you solve 2x(x5)1+1x=0
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Jimmy Macias
Answered 2021-12-23 Author has 30 answers
Explanation:
2(x5)1+1x=0
Re-arrange the terms to have one fraction on each side. (note that the negative index moves the bracket to the denominator)
x+5 and x0
2x5=1x
2x=x+5
3x=5
x=53
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Jillian Edgerton
Answered 2021-12-24 Author has 34 answers
Explanation:
We have: 2(x5)1+1x=0
The terms within the parentheses can be expressed as a fraction:
21x5+1x=0
2x5+1x=0
Lets
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karton
Answered 2021-12-30 Author has 368 answers

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