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Reduce each rational expression to lowest terms

3x^2-9x+6/10-5x

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    (3x^2-9x+6)/(10-5x)
    = 3(x^2 - 3x + 2)/(5(2 - x))
    = 3(x-1)(x-2)/(5(2 - x))
    = -3(x-1)/5 , x not equal to 2

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