# Solve the equation: x^2/((x-2)(x-3))=2/(x-2)+6/((x...

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When you end up with 2 candidates for rootship; x=0, x=2, you find that 0 is a root since it satisfies the equation, like so...

However, 2 is not, division by 0 is not allowed.

Remember, checking is not merely a superfluos step but an essential part of the work.

However, 2 is not, division by 0 is not allowed.

Remember, checking is not merely a superfluos step but an essential part of the work.

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