\frac{4x - 1?}{2x?} = 5

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 \frac{4x - 1?}{2x?}  = 5

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Amelia 1 month 2021-08-13T03:46:56+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2021-08-13T03:48:11+00:00

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    \small\bold\green{Step \ 1}

     \frac{4x - 1}{2x} =  \: 5

    \small\bold\red{Step \ 2}

     \frac{2x - 1}{1x} = 5

    \small\bold\blue{Step \ 3}

     \frac{2x}{x} = 5 - 1

    \small\bold{Step \ 4}

    2x = 4

    \small\bold\purple{Step \ 5}

    x =  \frac{4}{2}

    \small\bold\pink{Step \ 6}

    x = 2

    \small\mathfrak\red{Explanation}

    First reduce 4 and 2 to lowest term.

    Then it will give 2 / 1

    now 1x can also be written as x .

    now both x will get cancelled.

    Then 2x is left

    first 1 will move to R.H.S. and will be subtracted from 5

    after subtraction it would give 4.

    now 2 will move to R.H.S. and 4 and 2 will be divided.

    on division it will give 2.

    Hope it helped u buddy...

    Thank you....

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