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((y+2)/(y^2-49))subtract ((y)/(y^2+6y-7))


subtract and simplify ,,,,,i know i need to find LCD which is y+7,and multiply both sides to get it that way i think answer is -6y-2/y+7....is this right???

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    As I showed you below the LCD is
    (y-7)(y+7)(y-1)

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