Posted by **Margie** on Wednesday, February 21, 2007 at 6:58pm.

* I don't get this problem at all...

4(x+2) 6x^2

------ * ----

5x 2x

what are the directions?

in the denominator, you have 10x^2

in the numerator, you have 24x^2(x+2)

the x^2 divides out, and the numbers can be reduced.

that would be (12(x+2))/(5)

the directions say:

Multiply or divide the rational expressions below.Remember to simplify.

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