Determine all possible real valued functions f, with x being a real number belonging to (0,1), such that:

f(x) + f(1/(1-x)) = 2(1 - 2x)/(x(1 -x))

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Let g(x) = 2(1 - 2x)/(x(1 -x))

Use three transformations:

a) x = y

then f(y) + f(1/(1-y)) = g(y)

b) x = (1/(1-y))

then f(1/(1-y)) + f((y-1)/y) = g(1/(1-y))

c) x= ((y-1)/y)

then f((y-1)/y) + f(y) = g((y-1)/y)

Add a and c, and subtract b, to get

2f(y) = g(y) + g((y-1)/y) - g(1/(1-y))

Thus, there is one and only one function that works:

f(x) = (g(x) + g((x-1)/x) - g(1/(1-x)))/2

where g(x) = 2(1 - 2x)/(x(1 -x))

I am too lazy to simplify the above, but I look forward to the answer.

Actually, I am not too lazy to remove the 2.

f(x) = h(x) + h((x-1)/x) - h(1/(1-x))

where h(x) = (1 - 2x)/(x(1 -x))