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1. (4x-3)/2x = 3
2. In this case it means the whole of 4x-3 is divided by 2x.
3. the solution would be
1. multiply by 2x. 4x-3=6x
2. move all the unknowns to one side and the number to the other. 2x=-3
3. solve for only x. x=-3/2
4. (Original post by KStudentD)
the solution would be
1. multiply by 2x. 4x-3=6x
2. move all the unknowns to one side and the number to the other. 2x=-3
3. solve for only x. x=-3/2
Okay thank you, I did get x=-1.5.

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