Algebra 2
posted by Trisan .
simplify:
x+2
___
x to the second power + x2
_____
2x
X+2 divided by x to the second power plus x2 divided by 2x

From your description, here is what you seem to have:
(x+2)/x + (x2)/2x
Multiply by 2x
2x + 4 + x  2 = 3x +2
I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.
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