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    Solving for a variable in a quadratic fraction polynomial.

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    Solve for x:
    6/(x^2-7x+6)=2/(x-1)-4/(x-6)

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    Start with

    6/(x^2-7x+6)=2/(x-1)-4/(x-6)

    Now we want to bring the fractions to a common denominator. First notice that

    (x-1)(x-6) = x^2-x-6x+6 = x^2-7x+6

    So

    6/(x^2-7x+6) = ...

    Solution Summary

    A variable in a quadratic fraction polynomial is solved. A variable in a quadratic fraction polynomial is examined.

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