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10-22.

Multiply both sides of the equation by a common multiple of 5 and 6.

5*m* = 6(*m* + 1)

Solve for *m*.

5*m* = 6*m* + 6

−*m* = 6

*m* = −6

Follow the steps in part (a).

A common multiple of *k* and *k* + 3 is *k*(*k* + 3).

Isolate *x* on one side by undoing the division.

*x* = 90