# How do you solve #1/2x + 3/(x+7) = -1/x #?

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To solve the equation 1/2x + 3/(x+7) = -1/x, we can start by finding a common denominator for the fractions. The common denominator is 2x(x+7). Multiplying each term by this common denominator will eliminate the fractions. After simplifying the equation, we can solve for x by combining like terms and isolating x. The solution to the equation is x = -4.

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