I believe you mean (2/(x+5) + 4/(x+3))*(x+3)(x+5)/(3x+13)
Distribute the (x+3)(x+5)/(3x+13)
They have the same denominator, so you can add them:
Simplify the numerator:
Divide by (3x+13):
2(3x+13)/(3x+13) = 2
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