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Posted by **love** on Monday, August 23, 2010 at 6:02am.

- Ambiguous expression -
**MathMate**, Monday, August 23, 2010 at 7:52amFor security reasons, please do not indicate your school and/or city. The title should mention the subject as precisely as possible, for example:

algebra-rational expressions.

You have posted a (probably) rational expression without a questions. It is not clear where you need help, and what you are required to do.

Also, when you post an algebraic expression, you need to insert parentheses whenever you have a multi-term expression in the numerator or denominator.

7/3-8/12x-8

could mean:

7/(3-(8/12x)-8), or

(7/3)-(8/12x)-8, or

(7/3) - 8/(12x-8), or

almost anything else.

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