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posted by kim .
I am having trouble solving this complex fraction. Can you adise me hoe to work it out? The denominator I am using is 4. Is that right?
1/x  3/2

3/4 + 1/x

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Henry
Multiply the numerator and the
denominator of the complex fraction by
4x:
(4x*1/x4x*3/2) / (4x*3/4+4x*1/x)=
(46x) / (3x+4) = 2(23x) / (3x+4).
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