i need to rewite this equation also without fractions

2/3x + 4 = 2/5

\(\frac{2}{3x}+4=\frac{2}{5} \)

Multiply by 15 on both sides

\(\frac{10}{x}+60=6\)

Put 60 on the other side

\(\frac{10}{x}=-54\)

x=10/-54, or -5/27

I assume this is the correct positioning of x.

_{it is 2/3 x + 4=2/5}

the x is not with the 3

You should not have assumed that Babada, it is not mathematically correct and it is relatively unlikely to be what the asker wanted.

Still we always have to guess around here what people want. :)

Nice answer :)

I just answsered that question an hour or so ago.

If you didn't ask it then one of your classmates did !

Look at recent questions before you ask yours.

Sorry Guest