# How do you solve for x in #((3a)/x) + ((5a)/(2x)) = 4#?

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To solve for x in the equation ((3a)/x) + ((5a)/(2x)) = 4, we can start by finding a common denominator for the fractions on the left side. The common denominator is 2x. Multiplying the first fraction by 2/2 and the second fraction by 1/1, we get (6a)/(2x) + (5a)/(2x) = 4. Combining the fractions, we have (6a + 5a)/(2x) = 4. Simplifying the numerator, we get 11a/(2x) = 4. To isolate x, we can multiply both sides of the equation by (2x)/11a, resulting in x = (22a)/(11a). Simplifying further, we find that x = 2.

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