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Simplify 8-5/8+1/2*6/9
and
9c^3+7c-(3c^3-12+c)
and
Use set builder notation:
-14x-10(2p-3)=22-7(1-2p)

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    1. 8 5/8 + 1/2*6/9,
    69/8 + 6/18,
    69/8 + 1/3,
    LCD = 24,
    207/24 + 8/24 = 215/24 = 8 23/24.

    2. 9c^3 + 7c -(3c^3 - 12 + c),
    9c^3 + 7c - 3c^3 + 12 - c,
    6c^3 + 6c + 12,
    6(c^3 + c + 2).

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