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(2x^(2)+7x-15)/(2x^(2)+13x+15)

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    I get it to factor to
    (x+5)(2x-3)/[(x+5)(2x-3)]

    take it from there.

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    (x+5)(2x-3)/[(x+5)(2x+3)]

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