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Homework Help: math-calculus

Posted by Shreya on Monday, January 9, 2012 at 10:13am.

(5y)/(6y^2-7y-3)+(4y-3)/(2y^2-15y+18)consider nonpermissible values for the addition of this equation, the product of the nonpermissible values is.

5y/(2y-3)(3y+1)+(4y-3)(2y-3)(y-6)

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