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Adding Rational Expressions

1. 4m-2/3m+2 + 6m -4/ 3m+2=

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    (4m-2)/(3m+2) + (6m -4)/ (3m+2) = ?

    Since the denminators are the same, you can add the numerators. This will result in
    (10m-6)/(3m+2)

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    2. 9/xy^3+, - 7ap/xy^3m=

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    Your notation "+," makes no sense. The denominator at the end is ambiguous. Learn to use parentheses. Please use a new post for new questions.

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