# How to Solve Equations with Fractions and Variables in the Denominator?

An equation is a mathematical statement with an 'equal to' symbol between two algebraic expressions that have equal values.

## Answer: To solve equations with fractions and variables in the denominator, multiply both sides of the equation by the term in the denominator

Let's look into an example

## Explanation:

For example, to eliminate the denominator of the equation (3 + x) / x = 2, multiply both sides by x

Then we get, 3 + x = 2x

Solve the equation now

=> 3 = 2x - x

=> x = 3

### Therefore, to solve equations with fractions and variables in the denominator, multiply both sides of the equation by the term in the denominator.

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