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Homework Help: algebra

Posted by Travell on Tuesday, July 17, 2007 at 11:44pm.

Could someone please help me to slove this question.

(2y/x^2)+(7/x(x-3))

get a common denominator (x^2*x*(x-3)), combine the fractions.

Notice there is a y in the first numerator, and no y's in the denominator. Consequently, there will not be a lot of simplification on this.

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