I personally don't like this question, although I did give an answer. The part I don't like the most was answer by OP. He said "plz help!!! i have to finish this rly fastor i will fail :(((("
First, I don't like ifucnrdthsudmakearelgdprgammr style of writing. I understand that most people don't speak English and that a large amount of people on the Internet may not be very proficient English users, but this style of writing tells me that OP doesn't care about proper sentence structure.
Next, I really don't like "i have to finish this rly fastor i will fail" part. Is the OP doing a test or something similar? In general, I don't like such situations. If the OP is on a test and we do provide him a correct answer, we will be basically helping him cheat.
On the other hand I've been having major problems with math since primary school (almost failed a year in primary school because of math and failed a year in University because of math). Now that I'm in university that hasn't changed, so I can understand that some people may be unable to see the difference between two types of problems which are basically identical.
If there are multiple questions by same poster about very similar problems, I think that we should close later questions and point the OP to the first question related to similar problem. Next we should help the OP understand why those two seemingly unrelated problems are in fact same. Example: I've seen that some beginners (well, primary school level) may understand that 4/2=2 but cannot comprehend why (4*x)/2 is 2*x. In this case we should explain that division and multiplication are of same priority and that it is possible to divide 4 by 2 and multiply the result by x.
We should also explain to posters that although we can provide solutions to problems, we can't learn something for them. Instead we should focus on on giving answers which will provide correct way of thinking to posters. I've had my share of solution in various books which basically say "It's obvious that we should multiply this 500 character expression by this other 750 character expression which is quite obvious so there's no need to explain where it comes from. From that it's obvious that x=2" and they aren't actually helpful because they provide solution for one problem and don't give pointers for general case.