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Subtract and if possible simplify

5 - 2
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a-3 a^2-9

  • Algebra -

    multipy the numberator and denomiantor of the first term by (a+3).
    That will give you a common denominator.

  • Algebra -

    So then this would be the answer?

    5a+13/(a+3)(a-3)

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