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Simplifying Complex Fractions

[(x+3)/12] / [(4x-5)/15]

[(x+3)/12] x [15/(4x-5)]

(x+3)5/4(3x-5)

(5x+15/12x-20)<-- final answer

Did I do this right. If not could you please explain how to do it correctly

  • Pre-Calculus -

    *** final answer
    3+5/4(3x-5)

    3+5/12x-20

  • Pre-Calculus -

    There are typos which make your answer wrong. Starting at

    (x+3)5/4(3x-5)

    you should have had

    (x+3)5 / 4(4x-5)
    (5x+15)/(16x-20)

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