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(2/(x-2)) - (4/x) =1/2x
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(2/(x-2)) - (4/x) =1/2x


\({2/(x-2)} - 4/x = 1/2x\)
\(2.2x.-4.2.(x-2)=x-2\)
\(4x-8x+16=x-2\)
\(-4x+16=x-2\)
\(5x=18\)
\(x=3,6\)
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(2/(x-2)) - (4/x) =1/2x

Soln: taking 4/x to other side and finding common denominator as 2x
=> (2/(x-2)) = (1+8)/2x
=> 4x = 9x - 18
=> 5x = 18
=> x = 18/5
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