John J.

asked • 09/27/12

How do you solve an equation with two fractions added to each other equaling a whole number?

This is the equation I described before

x/2+x/3=7

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Robert C. answered • 09/27/12

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FREDERICK S.

Yes, Robert, any multiple will work but the LCM is most efficient and they all should learn that concept, right? But I voted for your answer as best explanation.

- a PhD in math and long-time teacher of it, Fred S

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10/18/12

Robert C.

Absolutely right, Fred. LCM is the way to go.

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FREDERICK S. answered • 10/18/12

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FREDERICK S.

I was also inspired by Kathye's short answer, so I voted for it too! /FS

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Kathye P. answered • 09/27/12

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