Solve each of the following equations and also verify your solution:
9 ¼ = y – 1 1/3
5x/3 + 2/5 = 1
x/2 + x/3 + x/4 = 13
x/2 + x/8 = 1/8
2x/3 – 3x/8 = 7/12
(x + 2) (x + 3) + (x - 3) (x - 2) – 2x(x + 1) = 0
x/2 – 4/5 + x/5 + 3x/10 = 1/5
7/x + 35 = 1/10
(2x-1)/3 – (6x-2)/5 = 1/3
13(y - 4) - 3(y - 9) - 5(y + 4) = 0
2/3(x - 5) – 1/4(x - 2) = 9/2
Solve each of the following equations and also check your results in each case:
(2x+5)/3 = 3x – 10
(a-8)/3 = (a-3)/2
(7y + 2)/5 = (6y - 5)/11
x – 2x + 2 – 16/3x + 5 = 3 – 7/2x
1/2x + 7x – 6 = 7x + 1/4
3/4x + 4x = 7/8 + 6x – 6
7x/2 – 5x/2 = 20x/3 + 10
(6x+1)/2 + 1 = (7x-3)/3
(3a-2)/3 + (2a+3)/2 = a + 7/6
x – (x-1)/2 = 1 – (x-2)/3
3x/4 – (x-1)/2 = (x-2)/3
5x/3 – (x-1)/4 = (x-3)/5
(3x+1)/16 + (2x-3)/7 = (x+3)/8 + (3x-1)/14
(1-2x)/7 – (2-3x)/8 = 3/2 + x/4
(9x+7)/2 – (x – (x-2)/7) = 36
0.18(5x - 4) = 0.5x + 0.8
2/3x – 3/2x = 1/12
4x/9 + 1/3 + 13x/108 = (8x+19)/18
(45-2x)/15 – (4x+10)/5 = (15-14x)/9
5(7x+5)/3 – 23/3 = 13 – (4x-2)/3
(7x-1)/4 – 1/3(2x – (1-x)/2) = 10/3
0.5(x-0.4)/0.35 – 0.6(x-2.71)/0.42 = x + 6.1
6.5x + (19.5x – 32.5)/2 = 6.5x + 13 + (13x - 26)/2
(3x - 8) (3x + 2) – (4x - 11) (2x + 1) = (x - 3) (x + 7)
[(2x+3) + (x+5)]2 + [(2x+3) – (x+5)]2 = 10x2 + 92
Solve the following equations and verify your answer:
(2x-3) / (3x+2) = -2/3
(2-y) / (y+7) = 3/5
(5x - 7) / (3x) = 2
(3x+5) / (2x + 7) = 4
(2y + 5) / (y + 4) = 1
(2x + 1) / (3x - 2) = 5/9
(1 – 9y) / (19 – 3y) = 5/8
2x / (3x + 1) = 1
y – (7 – 8y)/9y - (3 + 4y) = 2/3
6/ 2x – (3 – 4x) = 2/3
2/3x – 3/2x = 1/12
(3x + 5)/ (4x + 2) = (3x + 4)/(4x + 7)
(7x - 2) / (5x - 1) = (7x +3)/(5x + 4)
((x+1)/(x+2))2 = (x+2) / (x + 4)
((x+1)/(x-4))2 = (x+8)/(x-2)
(9x-7)/(3x+5) = (3x-4)/(x+6)
(x+2)/(x+5) = x/(x+6)
2x – (7-5x) / 9x – (3+4x) = 7/6
(15(2-x) – 5(x+6)) / (1-3x) = 10
(x+3)/(x-3) + (x+2)/(x-2) = 2
((x+2) (2x-3) – 2x2 + 6)/(x-5) = 2
(x2– (x+1) (x+2))/(5x+1) = 6
((2x+3) – (5x-7))/(6x+11) = -8/3
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