How do you do this?3/4 - 1/6x = 1/2 + 2x/9 

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`3/4 - 1/6x =1/2 +(2x)/9`

Multiply -`1/6` by x to get `-x/6`

`3/4 - x/6 = 1/2 +(2x)/9`

Let's move all the variables to the left hand side of the equation by subtracting `(2x)/9`  from both sides.

`3/4 - x/6 - (2x)/9 = 1/2`

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