# algebra

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

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Create a common deniminator.
6/(x-4)+ 6/(x+4) =

[6(x+4) + 6(x-4)]/[(x+4)(x-4)]
= 12x/(x^2-16)

It isn't much simpler than the first version, but it may be what they want.

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