## Intermediate Algebra (12th Edition)

The first step we should take to solve the equation is to multiply both sides by the LCD, x. $\frac{14}{x}=x-5$ $x(\frac{14}{x})=x(x-5)$ $14= x^{2}-5x$ From here you can move all terms to one side (in order to set the equation to zero) and solve from there.