How do you solve #(5x)/2  x = x/14 + 9/7#?
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To solve the equation (5x)/2  x = x/14 + 9/7, you can follow these steps:

Multiply every term in the equation by the least common denominator (LCD) of 14 to eliminate the fractions. This will result in: 7(5x)/2  7x = x + 18/2

Simplify the equation: (35x)/2  7x = x + 9

Multiply every term in the equation by 2 to eliminate the fraction in the first term: 35x  14x = 2x + 18

Combine like terms: 21x = 2x + 18

Subtract 2x from both sides of the equation: 19x = 18

Divide both sides of the equation by 19 to solve for x: x = 18/19
Therefore, the solution to the equation (5x)/2  x = x/14 + 9/7 is x = 18/19.
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