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Homework Help: ALGEBRA

Posted by Katie on Tuesday, April 15, 2008 at 7:51pm.

How do you solve the rational equation:



(n/n-2)+(n/n+2)=(n/n^2-4)


I know that the LCD of the equation is (n+2)(n-2) because that is what you get when you factor out the n^2-4 in the last part of the question. I thought I did it right until I reached the end where I don't know how to solve it.

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