#2**+3 **

\(\frac3x-3=11\)

Add 3 to both sides of the equation.

\(\frac3x=14\)

Multiply both sides of the equation by x.

\(3=14x\)

Divide both sides of the equation by 14.

\(\frac{3}{14}=x\)

hectictar
May 15, 2017

#3**+1 **

Im a really sorry but i accidently misstyped, really glad that you answered, and i tried to correct my misstype in the comments but you might not have seen it, the equation i was trying to solve was x/x-3=11

Really happy that you replied on the previous question :)

kilander
May 15, 2017

#4**+3 **

Oh okay...well that is a bit different!

x/x - 3 = 11

As long as x ≠ 0, x/x = 1 (If x = 0, it is undefined.)

...so that means this "equation" says

1 - 3 = 11

-2 = 11

Which is false, so there is no solution!

hectictar
May 15, 2017

#5**+1 **

That's what i thought, but according to the answersheet, the answer should be x=3,3 which is unlogical, which is the reason why i turned here :)

kilander
May 15, 2017