How do you solve the rational equation #x^2/(x-3) - 5/(x-3) = 0#?
First, notice that the denominator is the same for both terms, so we can combine the numerator over the common denominator.
Now we need to contend with the
Now we are left with;
We only have one
Now we just need to get rid of the exponent. We can take the square root of both sides to get our