used lowest common denominator to find x
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used lowest common denominator to find x
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Your common denominator is (x+4)(x-3). If you multiply your rational equation by this denominator you will come up with the following equation:
6(x-3) -2(x+4) = 3(x-3)(x+4) or (after simplifications)
3x^2 -x - 10 = 0
We cabn factor this equation. It gives us (3x +5)(x-2) = 0. Thus, your solutions are
x = -5/3 and x=2