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Write the expression as a simplified rational expression

                                                                                    5

                                                                               1/6 + 1/x+1

 

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What is the equation again?

helperid1839321  Nov 3, 2017
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Mmm

I think you might mean

 

\(\dfrac{5}{\frac{1}{6} + \frac{1}{x}+1}\qquad \text{firstly x cannot = 0}\\ =5 \div [\frac{1}{6} + \frac{1}{x}+1]\\ =5 \div [\frac{x}{6x} + \frac{6}{6x}+\frac{6x}{6x}]\\ =5 \div [\frac{7x+6}{6x} ]\\ =5 \times[\frac{6x} {7x+6}]\\ =\dfrac{30x} {7x+6}\\\)

Melody  Nov 4, 2017
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Kind of. You got the 5 right and the 1/6 but it's 1/x+1. It's together

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