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The denominator of a rational no. Is greater than its numerator by 4. If numerator is increase by 11 and denominator by 1 the new no. Became 7/3. Find the original number

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Answered by Anonymous
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Answer:

I solved this equation by transposing 'x' to one side and found out the answer

Step-by-step explanation:

let the numerator be 'x'

so, the denominator will be 'x + 4'

also, x + 11. 7

---------. = ----

x + 5. 3

3(x + 1) = 7(x + 5)

3x + 3 = 7x + 35

7x - 3x = 3 - 35

4x = -32

x = -32÷4

x = -8

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