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(2-x)/(2x+6)+ x/(x^2-9) Can some one please help solve this one because I stuck? I don't know how to sole this, so please somebody help!!

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

    common denominator: (x+3)(x-3)(2)

    once you make the fractions have a common denominator, you could add the fractions up!

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