Posted by **jasort20** on Sunday, March 18, 2007 at 10:05pm.

simplify

(x+2)/(x) divided by (x-2)/(3x)

(x+2)/(x) divided by (x-2)/3x =

invert the denominator and multiply.

(x+2)/(x) times (3x)/(x-2)

cancel like terms.

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