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Let g(x) be a rational function with a numerator of 6x2 + 12x - 48 and a denominator of 2x2 - 8. Use this information to evaluate g(8).

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    g(8)=(6*64+96+48)/(128-8)
    = noting all numbers are even
    = (3*64+48+24)/60
    dividing again
    =(3*32+24+12)/30
    again= (3*16+12+6)/15=66/15=4 6/15
    = 4 2/5

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