How do you solve #1/2+5/(x2)=3#?
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To solve the equation 1/2 + 5/(x2) = 3, you can follow these steps:

Start by subtracting 1/2 from both sides of the equation to isolate the fraction term: 5/(x2) = 3  1/2.

Simplify the right side of the equation: 3  1/2 = 6/2  1/2 = 5/2.

Now, multiply both sides of the equation by (x2) to eliminate the fraction: (x2) * (5/(x2)) = (x2) * (5/2).

On the left side, the (x2) terms cancel out, leaving only 5: 5 = (x2) * (5/2).

To get rid of the fraction on the right side, multiply both sides by 2: 5 * 2 = (x2) * (5/2) * 2.

Simplify both sides: 10 = (x2) * 5.

Divide both sides by 5 to solve for x: 10/5 = (x2) * 5/5.

Simplify: 2 = x  2.

Add 2 to both sides of the equation: 2 + 2 = x  2 + 2.

Simplify: 4 = x.
Therefore, the solution to the equation 1/2 + 5/(x2) = 3 is x = 4.
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