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solve $$\dfrac {1}{x+1}+\dfrac {1}{x+2}=\dfrac {2}{x+10}$$


Solution

According to question,

$$\dfrac {1}{x+1}+\dfrac {1}{x+2}=\dfrac {2}{x+10}$$

$$\implies \dfrac{x+1+x+2}{(x+1)(x+2)}=\dfrac{2}{x+10}$$

$$\implies (2x+3)(x+10)=2(x+1)(x+2)$$

$$\implies 2x^2+23x+30=2x^2+6x+4$$

$$\implies 17x=-26$$

$$\implies x=\dfrac{-26}{17}$$

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