Posted by **kenneth** on Tuesday, August 24, 2010 at 11:34pm.

2/x^2-4+3/x^2+x-6+1/x+3

Could someone help me with this fraction? I have tried to answer it over three days now without any luck. If anyone can help please show the steps,so I can see how you got the answer. Thanks in advance!!!

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