I'm not sure how to do this:

\(\displaystyle \dfrac{x\, +\, 5}{2}\, +\, \dfrac{x\, +\, 2}{3}\, =\, 8\)

*I thought about using the LCM of 6 to rid myself of the fractions, but feel myself messing up when it comes to distribution and division/removing fractions.

Thanks!

\(\displaystyle \dfrac{x\, +\, 5}{2}\, +\, \dfrac{x\, +\, 2}{3}\, =\, 8\)

*I thought about using the LCM of 6 to rid myself of the fractions, but feel myself messing up when it comes to distribution and division/removing fractions.

Thanks!

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