Posted by **Michelle** on Wednesday, May 25, 2011 at 8:08pm.

I need help multiplying rational expressions..

x-2/x+3 x 4x+12/6

first I took the four out from 4x +12/6 so I got

x-2/x+3 x 4(x+3)/6

but now I'm not sure what to do?

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