It's been two years since Algebra I, and I forgot a lot. I'm doing a review of solving equations, and every single one includes fractions. I don't like fractions. The easiest one is as follows (simplified to an improper fraction): 4/3x = 5. If I remember anything about solving equations with fractions as coefficients, the phrase "Multiply by the reciprocal" comes to mind. I vaguely remember doing this by flipping the fraction and multiplying, but I don't remember what I multiply by. I can't find anything on the internet about this, so I'm hoping someone can explain how to do this. Help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!