Solve the equation: 5x^2−3x=2x^2+x Question Solve the equation: 5x^2−3x=2x^2+x in progress 0 Math Julia 3 weeks 2021-09-08T11:05:33+00:00 2021-09-08T11:05:33+00:00 2 Answers 0

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Answer:x = 4/3, or 1 1/3

Step-by-step explanation:5x^2 − 3x = 2x^2 + x, now move like numbers to the same side

(+ 3x) (- 2x^2)

3x^2 = 4x, we divide by x

(/x)

3x = 4, now we divide by 3 to find the value of x

(/3)

Answer x = 4/3, or 1 1/3

Answer:4/3

Step-by-step explanation:First you move 3x to the other side so you would have:

5x^2=2x^2+4x

move 2x^2 to the other side and you will have:

3x^2=4x

Divide by x on both sides so you would have:

3x=4

Dive by 3 on both sides

3x/3=4/3

x=4/3