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You would want to find a Z table that computes area under the curve to the left of a given z score.
Then, compute the Z score for 93 using z = (x - μ)/σ = (93 - 100)/15 = -7/15 = .4667
By symmetry, the area to the left of -0.4667 is equal to the area to the right...
The first thing you want to do is eliminate the denominators. This is done by multiplying each term by the Least Common Denominator (LCD) of the equation.
For this one, the LCD is 9*(x-1). Multiplying each term by that gives 8*9 + (x-1)*(x-8) = 10*9