Posted by **mike** on Monday, May 21, 2007 at 7:03pm.

Find the sum and express in simplest form. (x^2)/(x^2-9)+(2x-15)/(x^2-9)

combine the numberator terms:

x^2 + 2x -15

which is factorable

(x+5)(x-3)

Factor the denominator

(x+3)(x-3)

simplify.

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