Posted by **Mandy** on Wednesday, May 23, 2007 at 10:55am.

Can someone how to find the sum and simpliest form of this equation?(x+4)/5+(2x+1)/5

It is not an equation because there is no = sign. It is a expression. You can simplify it a bit by realising it has a common denominator in both terms.

This would be 3x+5

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