# calculus

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1] Reducing the Denominator: x + 1/m -m.
2] Factor the numerator.

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You are not getting rplies because we do not understand your problem.
Do you mean
[(x+1)/m] - m
or do you mean
x + (1/m) - m
or what ?

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x + (1/m) - m

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Oh sorry it's not x + (1/m) - m but x + (1/x) - m

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