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Help solve this equation?

1/(a+2b)+4a/(a-2b)
Question asked by: administer

Asked on: 08 Jan 2010

1/(a+2b)+4a/(a-2b)

To solve equations you need to follow a logical method.

The first step is to remove the terms on the bottom of the equation, to do this you multiply through by a+2b and then multiply through by a-2b, remembering to apply this to each term.

Then it is simply a case of consolidating each of the terms to get the final result.

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Replied at: 08 Jan 2010
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