We want to solve the given equation.
To do so, we will first determine the least common denominator (LCD) so that we can clear the denominators. Note that the denominators are already factored. Therefore, in this case the LCD is the product between (x−3) and x.
Note that we have a quadratic equation now. Let's identify the values of a,b, and c.x2−4x+3=0⇔1x2+(-4x)+3=0
We see above that a=1,b=-4, and c=3. Let's substitute these values into the Quadratic Formula, and solve for x.