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Homework Help: Algebra, please help quick

Posted by Jeconiah on Tuesday, February 19, 2013 at 4:55am.

simlify the following to the lowest terms: (a) [x^2-y^2]/[x^2+y^2] (b) [3a^2+6ab-a-2b]/[9a^2-6a+1] (c) [x^4-y^4]/[x^3-y^3] (d) [36x^3y^4z]/[64x^5y^2z^3]

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