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# solve for x=8/9x+9=11

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Kristina K. | A Tutor With Skills, Experience, Knowledge & PatienceA Tutor With Skills, Experience, Knowled...
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For the problem
x=8/(9x+9)=11
First, you can cross multiply. Then, you get 8=99x+99    (99x+99) comes from distributing the 11 to 9x and to 9

8=99x+99
-99       -99(subtract 99 from both sides of the equation in order to isolate x)
You will get -91=99x
You can now divide both sides of this equation by 99 and then you can solve for x
(-91/99)=(99x/99)
(-91/99)=x

You can check your answer by plugging its value into the original equation. If you get 11=11, then you have the right value for x.

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Cristina

Assuming the starting equation is (8/9)*x+9=11  or (8x)/9+9=11:

First isolate the x term by subtracting 9 from both sides:

(8x)/9 + 9 - 9 = 11 - 9
(8x)/9            =    2

Now multiply both sides by 9/8 to get:

((8x)/9)*(9/8)  = 2  *  9/8
1x    =          18/8

The right side can be reduced, by dividing the numerator and denominator by 2:

x    =           9/4

Hope this helps.

George T.