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Hello there, I'm just trying to figure out how to factorise one of these kinda expressions:

x - 8 = 26/x+3

I'm pretty sure you'd then deduce that: (x-8) - (26/x+3) = 0

How would I go about wanging that into some brackets?

P.S. Answer is -5 or +10 - still not sure on how to set it out though :S

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Thank you very much! Ich bin eine retard B)

Thank you x 2 for the picture! I really hate when you get a question, can't figure it out at first as it's a new lay-out, spend ages trying to figure some smart way of doing it and neglect the much easier ways of completing it (maybe that's just me who does this)!

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