# How to solve following equation (GCSE)Watch

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Can anyone tell me what topic this is? I struggle with these types of question and want to figure it out before the exam. Thanks
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#2
Algebraic fractions I think

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Algebraic fractions I think

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#4
You would cross-multiply the two fractions to just be left with 1 fraction on the LHS. Then multiply both sides by the denominator of this fraction and rearrange to get a quadratic equal to 0. From there, I'm assuming you know what to do
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#5
"Cross Multiply" is a term usually used for the situation where you have a single fraction = a single fraction. e.g.
In this case you have a fraction on the left + another fraction = a number and the algebra looks like this

and then you are in the single fraction either side situation giving us
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