4(1/3x - 1/4) +4/3x divided by 3 +1 = 6
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4((1/3)x - 1/4) + (4/3)x divided by 3 + 1 = 6

(4/3)x - 1 + (4/9)x + 1 = 6

(4/3)x + (4/9)x = 6

(12/9)x + (4/9)x = 6

(16/9)x = 6

x = 6 * (9 / 16)

x = 27 / 8
answered Nov 7, 2011 by anonymous
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