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Could someone please help me with this math problem. I am lost on trying to solve this math problem.
s+r/sr^2 + 2s+r/s^2r
Thanks.

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s+r/sr^2 + 2s+r/s^2r

Multiply by s^2r^2.

s(s+r) + r(2s+r) = s^2 + sr + 2sr + r^2 =

s^2 + 3sr + r^2

Does that help?

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