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(2c-d)/(c^2d)+(c+d)/(cd^2)

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    LCD = c^2 d^2

    (2c-d)/(c^2d)+(c+d)/(cd^2)
    = ( d(2c-d) + c(c+d))/(c^2d^2)
    = (2cd - d^2 + c^2 + cd)/(c^2d^2)
    = (3cd - d^2 + c^2)/(c^2d^2)

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