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posted by Sally .
I need to express the following in equivalent form:
m2/m^25m+6 , 2x+6/x^26x27 , a^2+a/a^2+2a+1 , 2w+1/2w^2+2w+1 , 8Z+6Z^2/9z^216
I really don't understand how I can do this if the denominator is smaller and I just don't see how I can simplify since I think that's what it's asking; I really just need an overall explanation how to do it, not the answer to them all;. Thanks.
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