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Find all values of t such that $$6t - \frac23 + \frac{t}{5} = 4 + \frac{2-t}{3}$$ .

If you find more than one answer, enter every answer you find as list separated by commas.

Aug 20, 2020

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$$6t - \frac23 + \frac{t}{5} = 4 + \frac{2-t}{3}$$

The lowest common denominator is 15 so multiply both sides by 15

$$6t - \frac23 + \frac{t}{5} = 4 + \frac{2-t}{3}\\ 15(6t - \frac23 + \frac{t}{5}) = 15(4 + \frac{2-t}{3})\\ 90t-10+3t=60+5(2-t)$$

Can you take it from there?

Aug 21, 2020