How do you solve #(x3) /4 + x/2 =3#?
Resolving the left side:
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x = 5
Now that the equation is simplified, it becomes
x  3 + 2x = 12.
Consequently, 3x  3 = 12.
and 3x equals 15
divide each side by three.
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To solve the equation (x3)/4 + x/2 = 3, you can follow these steps:

Multiply every term in the equation by the common denominator, which is 4. This will eliminate the fractions. (x3)/4 * 4 + x/2 * 4 = 3 * 4

Simplify the equation by canceling out terms and distributing. (x3) + 2x = 12

Combine like terms by adding the x terms and the constant terms separately. x  3 + 2x = 12 3x  3 = 12

Isolate the variable by moving the constant term to the other side of the equation. 3x = 12 + 3 3x = 15

Solve for x by dividing both sides of the equation by the coefficient of x. x = 15/3

Simplify the result. x = 5
Therefore, the solution to the equation (x3)/4 + x/2 = 3 is x = 5.
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